San Francisco — Dec. 9, 2021 — Phizzle today released the first-ever Digital Air Guide to make it easier to monitor and improve indoor air quality — and agreed to help Santa this holiday season to call attention to the need for indoor air quality standards.
“Simply put, bad air is dangerous for everybody — and I should know,” said Santa while standing symbolically next to a dirty fireplace. “I’m pleased to bring the power of my workshop and sleigh to give the gift of clean air — after all, this is about the health and productivity of students in classrooms and their moms and dads in offices.”
More than 90% of research dollars have focused on outdoor air quality standards, noted Jeff Cristee, Phizzle’s Chief Revenue Officer. “We’ve brought technology designed for pharmaceutical manufacturing into office and campus buildings,” said Cristee. “The results are clear: unhealthy levels of particulate matter are present where people gather in large groups.”
Phizzle’s Digital Air Guide includes real-world air quality data taken with lab-grade instruments using Phizzle EDGMaker software in cafeteria and reception areas at two major college campuses. Particulate matter itself can be unhealthy to respiratory systems, but can also play a role in conveying airborne diseases deeply into the lungs, which is especially important in the era of Covid.
“Our Digital Air Guide is a complete end-to-end process for understanding the why, what and how necessary it is to achieve healthy, clean air inside buildings,” said Cecilie Carter, Phizzle’s head of marketing and who negotiated Santa’s role as spokesperson for indoor air quality standards. “Our guide is available to anyone and I want to thank Santa and the Elf team for calling attention to the need for indoor air quality standards."