Healthy home tech startup gains investor interest

Initiatives related to the sustainability of our planet are gaining great traction - and for good reason.

One of these is healthy homes technology startup Tether, a company offering the EnviroQ, which is a battery (or mains) powered indoor environmental quality monitoring system for housing, schools, and work environments that intends to ensure quality living, learning, and working conditions all year round.

It boasts a battery life of three years on six AA batteries while measuring indoor temperature, humidity, CO2, lighting levels, ambient noise levels, air pressure, and dew point, all reporting to a central online dashboard and mobile app.

And now, Tether’s ranks have been bolstered by New Zealand green buildings expert Rochelle Payne who has taken an equity share in the company having been impressed with the technology’s ability to redefine how green buildings are built.

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