Healthy Indoors

Between work, school, home, and outings to restaurants or entertainment venues, we spend most our life indoors - that is why a having a healthy indoor environment is vital for the population’s well-being. Typically, indoor air pollutants such as secondhand smoke, carbon monoxide, radon, and lead top the list of toxins linked to numerous ailments. Other less common culprits can be just as troublesome such as noise and poor workstation ergonomics. As the effects of harmful indoor environments come under wider scrutiny, observers are also realizing that a healthy indoor depends on more than just cleaning up the air.