Did you know?
- Children breathe in 15 to 20 m³ of air per day.
- They spend 90% of their time indoors (at crèches, in homes, on transport systems). It should be noted that indoor air is 8 to 10 times more polluted than outdoor air.
- Poor air quality = emergence of symptoms (fatigue – irritation of the eyes, nose and throat – asthma – hyperactivity, etc.)
Many different sources of pollution can be found in nurseries:
Air quality monitoring measures
These measures aim to gradually make the regular monitoring of indoor air compulsory in public establishments (particularly in nurseries).
Decree no.2011-1728 of 02/12/2011 and no.2012-14 of 5 January 2012.
What are the substances measured?
CARBON DIOXIDE (CO2): Provides an indication of the level of confinement. Excess confinement causes fatigue, irritability and a feeling of suffocation.
FORMALDEHYDE: A substance emitted by various building materials, furniture, certain glues, cleaning products, etc. An irritant to the nasal and respiratory passages.
BENZENE: A carcinogenic substance formed through combustion (exhaust fumes for example).
Key dates relating to the measures
1 January 2018
Childcare institutions for children younger than six years of age
1 January 2020
Leisure centres and teaching or second level professional training establishments
1 January 2023
Why install NatéoSanté air purifiers in your nurseries?
The NatéoSanté professional air purifiers will allow you to effectively eliminate various sources of pollution from your nurseries.
Air in your room purified within 1 hour
Effectively eliminates polluting substances
Protects the health of the children and employees at your nurseries
NatéoSanté Service Solutions
When you choose NatéoSanté Service Solutions, you are sure to benefit from recognised expertise and know-how covering the entire value chain of indoor air purification.