Indoor Air Pollution

It's time to be aware!

What is it?

Indoor air pollution is a volatile organic compounds (VOCs), which are gases released by many household products. They may cause problems like headaches, nausea, and irritated eyes and throat. Indoor air pollution may be especially harmful to kids, who breathe faster than adults, inhaling more air.

Sick Building Syndrome

A condition affecting office workers, typically marked by headaches and respiratory problems, which leads to unhealthy or stressful factors in the working environment such as poor ventilation.
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NO SMOKING ZONE

Cigarette smoke contains more than 4,000 chemicals. Research shows that secondhand smoke increases a child's risk of developing ear and respiratory infections, asthma, cancer, and sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS). For the smoker, this addiction causes cancer, breathing problems, heart attacks, and stroke.
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Naturally Smell Good

Synthetic fragrances in laundry products and air fresheners release dozens of different chemicals into the air. You won’t find their names on the product labels. Conventional laundry detergents, fabric softeners, dryer sheets, and air fresheners in solid, spray, and oil form may all emit such gasses.
Indoor Pollution: Portect Yourself From Indoor Pollutants
Air Pollution - Indoor Air Quality
NEW STANDARDS

This site teaches you all about ways to keep you and your family safe.