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amjohnson900

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Posted 26 September 2022 - 04:44 PM

Hello, Nice meeting all of you.  I am new to this network. 

 

I live in Texas and I am the Regional Sales Manager with Zehnder Clean Air Solutions.

 

Have concerns about the haze in the air, or dust on products, or the air your employee’s breath? Let me know when we can talk and discuss how I we help companies like yours improve the quality of indoor air and combat airborne dust concerns

 

It is scientifically proven that poor air quality has several damaging effects on health.  And the thing is, it's not just your employees who suffer - it's everything within the four walls, you and your bottom line.

 

Poor indoor air quality is guilt of adding six sick days per year for every ten employees. You read that correctly: six additional days! And that's just the tip of the iceberg because the thing is, it's not just your employees who suffer - poor air quality costs your business money.

 

Poor indoor air quality takes a toll on productivity and morale, so when you're thinking about how to improve your business, remember one of your top priorities should be the quality of the air the employees breathe.

 

Want to know more? Send me a message!

 

Thank you

 

Andrea Johnson



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Posted 29 September 2022 - 09:38 AM

Welcome to the forums.  Good luck with your program.


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Brendan Triplett




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