Since the 1980s, when NASA space scientists demonstrated plants’ abiltiies to purify and revitalize air, plants have become a vital component to indoor air purification. Recent research cites houseplans as efficient air purifiers.
SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH PROVES SUCCESS OF AIR PURIFICATION
Scientific research has discovered the below three plants, together, have the ability to cure disease, remove carbon dioxide and VOC’s from homes and offices creating a natural fresh atmosphere.
* Study published on September 8, 2008 by The Govt. of India, Central Pollution Control Board and Chittaranjan National Cancer Institute, Kolkata, India
Chrysalidocarpus Lutescens, Sansevieria Trifasciata, and Epipremnum Aureum can cure diseases and physical/psychological problems such as anxiety, headaches and can rejuvinate the overall health of the body.
Researchers have tried and tested these plants for 15 years at Paharpur Business Centre and Software Technology Incubator Park (PBC™ – STIP) in New Delhi, India. It is a 20 year old, 50,000 ft2 building, with over 1,200 plants for 300 building occupants. Scientific results show a 42% probability of one’s blood oxygen levels going up 1% if the individual stays in the building for 10 hours.
* Study published on September 8, 2008 by The Govt. of India,
Central Pollution Control Board and Chittaranjan National Cancer Institute, Kolkata, India
|Currently, buildings consume 40% of the world’s energy. In 15 years, more than 60% of the world’s population will be living in cities of over one million inhabitants.||By reducing the supply of external fresh air, we achieve significant reduction in energy needed for heating and cooling buildings.|
By implementing these three plants, researcher’s experience points to an amazing increase in human productivity resulting from using these plants to be >20%, and energy costs to reduce by an extraordinary >15%.
Scientific results show a 42% probability of one’s blood oxygen levels going up 1% if the individual stays in the building for 10 hours.
Results demonstrate a reduced incidence of:
Geoponics Air Purification (GAP) is designed to create sustainable and healthier indoor environments in office settings, homes, airports, hospitals, schools, and any public or private indoor space. GAP allows for improved thermal comfort and better ventilation circulating clean airflow throughout indoor environments.