SICK BUILDING SYNDROME
QUALITY OF THE ENVIRONMENT AND QUALITY OF LIFE
In 1984, the World Health Organization (WHO) reported that more than 30% of newly constructed buildings could cause acute maladies on individuals who resided there for long periods of time.
Electropollution is potentially harmful electromagnetic energy created by modern electronics and appliances. It is quickly becoming common in homes, schools, businesses, and other settings, and has been associated with a variety of health problems and other issues. It is also known as electrosmog, electromagnetic radiation (EMR), and electromagnetic fields (EMF).
Dirty Electricity refers to powerful, erratic high frequency electrical energy traveling along wiring in buildings where only standard 50/60-Hertz AC electricity should be. Also called electromagnetic interference (EMI) or electrical “noise”, this electrical pollution can contain up to 2,500 times the energy of standard electricity and is a fast-growing source of electro-pollution in homes, schools, and businesses today.
NATURAL AMBIENT ENERGY
Natural Ambient Energy (NAE), is today studied by many scientists and analyzed in hundreds of international research studies. The investigation includes empirical data of well-being, ionization and optimization of organic vital parameters which can be created, augmented and activated at different levels of quality within a built environment.
SCIENTIFIC EVALUATION PROTOCOL STUDIES
RESEARCH PROTOCOLS AND SCIENTIFIC VALIDATION
SOLS offers exclusively worldwide, a whole range of scientific research and validation protocols, unique in their kind. Through a series of international research agreements with university laboratories and thanks to the collaboration with prestigious international laboratories, SOLS is able to follow those companies or producers who want to scientifically validate the energy, molecular and bio-physical value of a certain substances and technological products.