Accreditation Test

All questions are mandatory. Please check your answers below

question 1

What are the two big benefits of plants?

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question 2

Who did the research?

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question 3

How many studies did they look at to come up with the simple science?

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question 4

What does VOC stand for?

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question 5

What is a common source of VOCs?

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question 6

What is the main toxin in most indoor air?

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question 7

Concentrations of many VOCs are up to how many times higher indoors than outdoors?

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question 8

What is an example of particulate matter?

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question 9

Studies show that indoor plants can remove which percentage of airborne pollutants (depending on the plant and type of pollutant)?

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question 10

What is the best description of wellbeing?

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question 11

To achieve air quality the rule of thumb is...

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question 12

How much does just one plant improve air quality in an average sized room (4x5m)?

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question 13

To achieve maximum wellbeing in an average indoor space (4x5m), how many plants do you need?

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question 14

How does having smaller plants affect these numbers?

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question 15

How does having bigger plants affect these numbers?

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question 16

How many plants do you need for maximum wellbeing in a room roughly as big as a squash court (around 9x7m)

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question 17

Are all plants just as good at cleaning air?

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question 18

The Plant Life Balance app features a number of looks designed to deliver maximum health and wellbeing benefits. How many looks are there?

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question 19

The app takes the science and makes it easy to rate the air quality and wellbeing of what?

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question 20

Where can I download the app?

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