Since its inception, the firm has been committed to protecting individuals, organizations, and communities from natural and manmade emissions emanating from the earth’s core and wireless communication devices. The Gurugram (India)-based company offers nonIntrusive, fix-n-forget & affordable solutions for homes and workspaces to enhance customers’ quality of life and productivity. It is continually developing indigenous technology to neutralize the detrimental effects of natural (geopathic stress) and manmade (electromagnetic) emissions.
The company provides solutions backed by technology that protect against geopathic stress and EMR emissions emitted by smartphones, computers, routers, servers, and IoT-enabled devices. They are easy to use and do not infringe on your privacy or alter your living or working environment.
PROVIDING FREEDOM FROM UNSEEN THREATS
We dwell in a rapidly evolving world that is being revolutionized by wireless communication technology, letting us have many tech-enabled ways to make our lives comfortable. However, the adverse effects of the same (emission exposure) can lead to serious health problems.
Environics, as an ecologically responsible organization, has a role to play here. Its dedicated team of R&D experts develops several new solutions to protect its users from harmful electro-smog, geopathic stress, viruses, and other microbes.
Moreover, the company’s technology is currently being incorporated into several portable products. For instance, CE-certified Envirochips are device-specific, while Enviroglobes can be used to protect against EMR emissions from sources beyond one’s control, such as server rooms, mobile towers, high-tension power lines, and so on. Envirolife is another product, which is a gadget spray that kills 99.99% of bacteria and germs.
PRIORITIZING CUSTOMERS – WIDELY ACCEPTED SOLUTIONS
The products have been clinically evaluated and tested by national and international technical labs, including MIT in the United States, UK-based DB technology of Cambridge, Singapore Green building Council, AIIMS, and MAX Healthcare in India. The findings were reported in the MIT Technology Review and the Journal of Biomedical Science and Engineering in the United States. The Indian Green Building Council (IGBC) has also recognized the organization’s services under its “well building standards.”
The company’s primary vision is to make every individual and the living and working environment healthier, safer, and more efficient through providing scientifically validated, inexpensive, and easily accessible health protection products. Its quality products have won the hearts of customers worldwide. The organization has already impacted over 5 million lives in 150+ cities across 13 countries during 14+ years. Over 2600 establishments, including airports, oil refineries, healthcare facilities, steel factories, manufacturing & power plants, hotels, education institutions, real estate developments, corporate headquarters of major multi-national companies, and even private households, have adopted its solutions.