Say Goodbye to Dead Desk Plants: How Algae Bio-Filters Thrive Indoors

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Whether you’re working from home or in your office, you likely want to make your desk more conducive to productivity. To do so, you may have tried introducing a desk plant to spruce up the space and make completing daily tasks more inspiring.

But after a few days, weeks, or months, you notice that your plants are slowly wilting. The leaves are not as vibrant as before and the posture of the plant is no longer lively. We’ve all been there. 

Luckily, with innovative algae bioengineering, you can say goodbye to dead desk plants and hello to long-lasting organic bio-filter solutions.

Dead Desk Plants Vs. Algae Bio-Filters

Aside from boosting productivity and adding a hint of green into a space, one of the reasons why many people incorporate desk plants into their homes or offices is because they lift their spirits, bring vibrant greenery into their indoor spaces, and bonus: purify the air. 

Through a process called photosynthesis, indoor plants can convert the carbon dioxide that we exhale into the oxygen we inhale. During this process, they also remove invisible toxins from our surroundings so we can enjoy fresh, clean air. Because of this, most people use natural houseplants as an alternative to air purifiers. 

The only problem is that indoor plants tend to die and are less efficient at photosynthesis than other natural, marine solutions. While the average lifespan of these types of plants is anywhere from two to five years, some don’t last very long simply because people don’t know how to take care of their plants properly. 

This is where algae bio-filters come into play. 

Unlike desk plants that can be high-maintenance and unpredictable, algae bio-filters are consistent and long-lasting. They don’t require as much care or maintenance and thrive in indoor environments permanently. All you have to do is recycle the  algae and replenish the nutrients every one to two months, and enjoy cleaner O2 rich air!

What Are Algae Bio-Filters?

An algae bio-filter is the new modern houseplant that combines the powers of 25 plants, including spirulina, to reduce the amount of carbon dioxide, as well as other research showing the reduction of VOC’s like nitrogen oxide     , and sulfur oxide in the air. It integrates nature and engineering to house beneficial and living algae in a uniquely designed culture tank that effectively eliminates contaminants and harmful gases in indoor settings. 

In this age where we’re surrounded by modern buildings and hundreds of thousands of invisible pollutants, we need something more powerful and effective than indoor plants to protect us from the harsh effects of our environment. 

Benefits of Algae Bio-Filters

An organic air purifier, like our aerium, is extremely beneficial for your plants and your indoor environment. Here’s how.

  • They create a conducive environment for your plants to thrive.
  • They bring biophilic design into any indoor space, adding soothing green bubbles that aid in mental wellbeing.
  • Add photosynthetic capacity to any room in a low-maintenance package.
  • They improve indoor air quality.

Get Your Hands on AlgenAir’s aerium Today!

With AlgenAir’s aerium, you can create a healthy and safe environment to work in and spend time with your family. As one of the first organic air purifiers that utilize living algae, our product can effectively clean the air you breathe and help you enjoy a fresher indoor setting. 

Get your hands on AlgenAir’s aerium® today to experience these benefits and more!

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