In the sustainability conversation, it is often the outdoor environment that receives the focus. However, our indoor environment is also extremely important, due to the amount of time we spend indoors. With indoor plants, we can facilitate healthy and sustainable spaces for those important to us at work: our staff and clients.
Just how much time do we spend indoors? These two stats highlight the situation perfectly:
These are such huge figures, especially considering our indoor environment could be up to 10 times more polluted than outdoor environments. With 80% of us living in urban areas, where they are often associated with high pollution, our indoor spaces can be really unhealthy to work in.
The following points highlight how indoor plants contribute significantly to sustainable and healthy indoor spaces:
Our indoor environment is an asset where we can think of great ideas and work brilliantly. Indoor plants are a necessity in helping create a sustainable and healthy indoor space for your staff and clients to enable productivity and awesome business performance.
Get in touch with Ambius today to see how we can help you, and how indoor plants can contribute two Green Star Rating points.
1 Towards Development of Indoor Plant Walls for Improved Indoor Air Quality, Plants and Urban Air Quality Group, School of Life Sciences, University of Technology Sydney.