Workshop no. 12, CLIMA 2019
Organiser: Rhoos S.p.A
Sponsor: Rhoos S.p.A
Speakers: Leonardo Prendin - Marketing Director, Micaela Ranieri – Product Manager
The discussion would present the results of a literature review aimed at exploring how to integrate the health and performance effects on building occupants into the economic benefits of the antibacterial filter. In detail, the research focuses on the methods used to evaluate costs and benefits produced by the application of a biocidal filter, comparing it with a traditional one, by means of computing both direct costs (related to hospitalization and antibiotic treatment) and indirect costs (mainly identified with the loss of working days). Therefore, this workshop will try to enhance the focus on energy technology developing an analysis of the impact on human health and employee performance.