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Indoor
Air Pollution

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We spend more than 80% of our time indoors, and for a good reason. More than providing shelter from the elements, inside is where we find comfort, where we can gather, interact and work. Inside, we feel safe.

But indoor air pollution is now 3-5 times worse than outdoor air pollution. With the prevalence of studies and information on health risks that come with indoor air pollution, it comes as no surprise that consumers are becoming increasingly mindful of air quality levels at home.

The tricky thing about indoor air pollution, though, is that it’s often hidden in plain sight, and we’re usually unaware of its presence, until physical symptoms start to manifest. Microscopic, toxic chemical compounds, bacteria, and fungal particles accumulate in our homes over time, as everyday products and even our bodies, release them into our interior environments.

What exactly are we inhaling indoors, and what can be done to keep our living spaces cleaner and safer?