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AIRY's work takes place in an environment that not only directly affects each of us, but is constantly around us. For a long time, however, the topic of "indoor air" was hardly researched. However, a lot has happened since then, starting with the NASA study in 1989 and its spectacular results.

There are many individual studies on the effectiveness of plants on indoor air quality. A few years ago, a non-profit organization called "eFIG" from England took the time to summarize all the key research results from 1989 to 2006 in a few sentences.

The present studies show, among other things:

  • Houseplants increase the efficiency of a workplace
  • Houseplants reduce the number of sick days of employees by
  • Reduction of sick building syndrome.
  • Houseplants improve indoor air quality
  • Houseplants increase productivity and creativity
  • Houseplants reduce noise levels
  • Houseplants save energy by improving the microclimate

Unfortunately, eFIG is no longer available online, but we still have the extensive PDF document with all the summaries of the studies. We are happy to make it available for download here .

Unfortunately, we are not aware of a similar summary of recent research results - although such a summary would be extremely desirable. So, if anyone has a relevant tip or would like to take on this work, we would be delighted to hear from you.

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