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Most of us spend the majority of our time indoors or in semi-enclosed spaces such as our homes, workplaces, schools, shopping centres and recreational facilities. The air we breathe in such locations can have effects on our bodies ranging from discomfort to causing or exacerbating conditions such as respiratory allergies, with your children and older people especially at risk.

While it is difficult for individuals to change the quality of the air outdoors, there are solutions which allow anyone to make significant improvements to their indoor air quality.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       

Factors in indoor pollution

Common indoor pollutions include:

  • tobacco smoke
  • allergens such as cat hair
  • chemicals, cleaning products and cosmetics
  • fungi and moulds related to dampness
  • volatile organic compounds (VOCs), including formaldehyde