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5 Great Plant Options For Your Office

Posted in Air Quality, on October 30, 2015

Are you aware that having plants at the workplace can help improve air quality? Perhaps you should consider these options. Pollution can frequently be greater inside an office than outdoors because air conditioners draw air in from outdoors, but don't filter pollutants. The air then circulates around your office continuously and combines with indoor contaminants, for instance volatile organic compounds.

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Humidity Inside Home

Posted in Weather, on October 29, 2015

Proper temperature and relative humidity levels inside your home are an important part of maintaining good indoor air quality and comfort levels. The term ‘relative humidity’ may sound familiar, but many homeowners don’t truly know what it means and what kind of effects it can have on your indoor environment.

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The Top 3 Causes of Poor Air Quality At Offices

Posted in Air Quality, on October 26, 2015

How clean is the air at your workplace? Are you aware of the potential sources of air pollution? Indoor air quality (IAQ) at the workplace is the topic of considerable attention nowadays, and for good reason. The air quality indoors can affect the comfort, productivity and health of building occupants profoundly.

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The Air You Breathe Could Be Affecting Your Quality Of Sleep

Posted in Air Quality, on October 23, 2015

Do you constantly wake up feeling tired or are you experiencing chronic stuffiness? Perhaps you need to improve your indoor air quality. When you sleep, your body typically recharges itself, rejuvenates its senses, and restores its energy in preparation for another day. However, frequent sleep interruptions can cause you to wake up cranky and tired. What most people don't realize is that there's a direct relationship between sleep quality and air quality. For this reason, indoor air quality plays an important role in determining sleep quality. If you're constantly complaining of poor sleep, check this out.

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Common Bacteria Found In The Air In And Around Your Home

Posted in Air Quality, on September 24, 2015

Are you aware that you share your living space with bacteria? Discover the kinds that exist in your home. Bacterial organisms are virtually everywhere, from your home to workplace and even in the air you inhale. Few people know that numerous bacteria not only coexist with us constantly, but could also affect your home's air quality. In indoor settings, bacteria exist on surfaces and in the air. High bacteria levels indoors indicate poor ventilation or building maintenance. Here's a look at common bacteria in and around your home.

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Radon Testing and How It Can Affect You In Your Home

Posted in Air Quality, on September 18, 2015

When was the last time you tested your home for radon? Perhaps it's time you did. Radon is a natural, radioactive gas, which you can't detect without special equipment. It's approximated that someone who doesn't smoke and is exposed to high radon levels over a lifetime has a 1 in 20 chance of getting cancer in the lungs. This number increases to 1 in 3 for a smoker exposed to high radon levels over a lifetime.

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Common Gases In The Air That Could Be Harmful

Posted in Air Quality, on September 04, 2015

Are you aware that certain gases are potentially harmful to your health? Discover whether they might be the cause of your symptoms. A major part of our health originates from how clean the air we inhale is. You'll realize that carcinogens and fumes from factories and harmful gases are around us, consequently affecting air quality. Numerous kinds of air pollutants exist, and their exact concentration and composition depend on the type of chemicals/fuel involved as well as the source activity.

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The Top Causes Of Poor Air Quality In Cities

Posted in Air Quality, on August 31, 2015

Is your area of residence associated with clean air or are you constantly experiencing poor air quality? Perhaps it's time you discovered the major sources of poor air quality. Air pollution originates from both human activities and nature while air pollutants originate from a wide range of sources in cities though they 're mostly the result of combustion processes. Today, the greatest cause of pollution in most cities is motor vehicles, and to a lesser degree industry. Urban outdoor pollution describes the pollution experienced by people residing around and in cities.

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What

Posted in Air Quality, on August 24, 2015

Are you aware of the pollutants you're exposed to in your residential area? Perhaps it's time you identified the air quality in your environment. Air pollution comprises particles or chemicals in the atmosphere that can potentially harm humans, plants, and animals. Air pollutants take numerous forms including gases and solid particles. While air pollution is mostly associated with urban environments, this problem also affects those who dwell in rural areas. If you're curious about the air you breathe, check this out.

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