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Coordinate

We help brands solve complex challenges, create new opportunities and reimagine whats possible. We create content for advertising, design, digital, social, and public relations, partnering with brilliant and progressive brands. http://coordinate.com.au/ ideas@coordinate.com.au 02 6162 3600 3/19 Marcus Clarke St Canberra ACT 2601 Australia
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Sydney Electrical Service

We have set up a division to help people with Electrical Emergencies in whether it be Commercial, Residential or Industrial. Sydney Electrical Service is a fully licensed and insured electrical contractor company offering a wide range of services, large and small, for clients in Sydney Metro. Powered by a customer – first approach, we have prided ourselves in providing top quality work at reasonable prices by paying attention to detail and practicing precision craftsmanship—that is why we can GUARANTEE ALL of our work. Sydney Electrical Service offers emergency electrical services day and night. After-hours or not, we’re always available. You can rely on us in an emergency. We live in a 24 Hour city and Electricity is an essential service! https://sydneyelectricalservice.com.au/ info@sydneyelectricalservice.com.au 0433462902 Ramsgate Nsw 2217 Australia
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What Is Sick Building Syndrome And Can Plants Help?

According to the Environmental Protection Agency, sick building syndrome accounts for up to 61 billion dollars a year in health costs, productivity and absenteeism. It is an affliction that affects many employees who work indoors in office complexes. It’s not surprising that employers would like to see this syndrome reversed for a win-win situation where employees will be healthier and enjoy their daily work at the same time as the employer enjoys higher productivity and ultimately, higher profits. Just what is this Sick Building Syndrome? The Environmental Protection Agency defines sick building syndrome as “situations in which building occupants experience acute health and comfort effects that appear to be linked to time spent in a building, but no specific illness or cause can be identified.” These health effects can include headaches, mild nausea or dizziness, and dry throat or cough. The symptoms tend to go away when those that suffer from them are no longer expos…
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