indoor air quality

Can Indoor Plants improve Air Quality?

Indoor air pollution is almost always worse than outdoors, even in city centres. Although ventilation systems continuously “refresh” buildings with air from outdoors, this air is polluted indoors by Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) and carbon dioxide. VOCs are petrochemical vapours “outgassed” from building materials including paint, carpeting, furnishings, plast ics and even electronic equipment. Almost …

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NASA studies show common plants improve indoor air quality

Common Plants Improve Indoor Air Quality Plants inside your home or office not only are decorative, they can absorb several toxic gasses and clean the air. Dr Bill Wolverton, formerly a senior research scientist at NASA’s John Stennis Space Centre, Bay St. Louis, Mississippi, USA. evaluated the use of a several common indoor plants for …

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Have a Healthy Home You Can Be Proud Of

Most of us focus on good home cleanliness, yet tend to overlook more potential health hazards in and around the home. The average home contains aerosols, paints, polish, continue reading more here. Check with your local council regarding chemical “nasties “collection days. Carpets, paint, cabinetry, decking, floorboards and even furniture all contain toxic compounds as …

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Winter Healthy Home Tips

It’s cold outside here in Australia and often a time you shut yourself indoors, which means the air can become a bit stale. Here are some tips to stay healthy during Winter, no matter where in the world you are! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_utehr0U2OA&t=13s

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