The AirRated Journal is a space dedicated to the expansive issue of air quality. From tips on how to improve your indoor air quality, to deep dives on environmental issues like air pollution and climate change, our articles explore a variety of air quality-related topics.

By increasing awareness of the implications of poor air quality, both indoor and outdoor, we hope to be part of the change that creates a healthier future for generations to come. Please don’t hesitate to get in touch with if you have any questions or things you would like to see us write about next.

Sunset in The Shard at the AirRated launch party

The Global Benchmark for Indoor Air Quality

On the 12th of March, we celebrated the official launch of AirRated, a certification programme providing an easily recognisable international benchmark for Indoor Air Quality. We were delighted to award AirScore plaques to our inaugural clients, covering our three key sectors; residential, public and commercial. For residential, we have monitored and advised Landsby West, a … Read more

Architectural Image of a building with indoor air quality certification

The Five AirScore Fundamentals and Why They Matter

Our three-week environmental survey gathers information about your building’s Indoor Air Quality. Whilst this is on-going, outdoor data from local and UK-wide in situ monitoring stations is also analysed and taken into consideration. Once IAQ data is collected, our in-house environmental scientists test these data sets against the AirRated Scoring System, to generate an AirScore. … Read more

indoor air quality certification team

Global indoor air quality benchmark launches

Article from: Prime Resi A new “global benchmark for Indoor Air Quality” has launched today, offering official certification for new-build homes as well as public sector and office buildings. AirRated has been created by well-building guru Olga Baker Turner, who has teamed up with environmental tech agency Metrikus to help property developers and owners betterunderstand, … Read more