Indoor air pollution worsens

Posted on May 30 2016 - 10:00am by Scarlett Peters
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Air purifier company Blueair has published a new white paper looking at the impact of climate change on indoor air quality and advising what can be done to minimise the health risk.

Indoor air quality is also affected, leading to increased levels of infectious, respiratory and cardiovascular diseases.

Indoor air quality is also affected, leading to increased levels of infectious, respiratory and cardiovascular diseases.

The report points out how extreme weather events resulting from climate change, such as heat waves, drought and wildfies, are contributing to rising levels of greenhouse gases, airborne allergens and outdoor air pollution.

Indoor air quality is also affected, leading to increased levels of infectious, respiratory and cardiovascular diseases.

The white paper includes advice on how to reduce the health impact of air pollution, from breathing through your nose rather than your mouth to the use of air purifirs to clean indoor air.

www.blueair.com

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