1. Cultivating nature’s finest
Beneficial soil loving organisms grow in the controlled environment of our laboratory.
2. Bring beneficial organisms indoors
Prepare for maximum comfort, nature is on its way! These organisms are injected into the air vents.
3. Creating a happy building
The human desire to reconnect with nature gets answered. This has a positive effect on wellbeing, productivity, and happiness.
Imagine spending 92% of your life in nature
As a building owner, you have the ambition to attract and hold on to motivated and engaged people. Therefore making efforts to create the best possible space to be.
You know natural environments support well-being. Above all, we humans carry an innate need to seek connection with nature. However, buildings are designed to keep outdoors out.
Imagine an indoor environment similar to a forest. Improving indoor environmental quality increases comfort. Today, this human desire for nature gets answered. Reconnecting people with nature encourages productivity, well-being, and overall happiness. We do this with the use of beneficial organisms.
Improving the Indoor Environmental Quality
Microbes were the first form of life on earth. The power of micro-organisms exceeds that of all other organisms in the tree of life. Both in numbers and total biomass. A balanced microbiome, whether it is inside our body, outdoors or indoors, is essential.
From ventilation to temperature, lighting, heating, design, and so on, you are probably doing everything right! But the Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ) is standardized to what you can see, feel, and experience. The more significant obstacle though, is larger than the eye can see – well, smaller actually. You can fully restore the natural balance, and that is where we come in.
A great diversity of micro-organisms is preferred to one single or dominating species. Therefore, balancing out the indoor microbiome with natural organisms is a perfect solution for creating a nature-like indoor environment.
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