The #1 Pollution Problem in America is Indoor Air Pollution. - E.P.A.
Modern buildings are constructed so tightly that odors and pollutants are trapped inside. Nature's own cleansing process, which uses both activated oxygen and
negative ions are left outside.
Dust, pollen, molds, mildew, bacteria and viruses can fill the air in our living spaces.
These can cause odors, irritation and allergic response. Fumes from paints,
cleansers, carpets, pressed board, fabrics and other chemicals are also breathed in daily by you and your family.
According to the EPA
many pollutants in the typical home or office are at least 10 times higher than in outdoor air. The average American spends 90% of their time indoors.
A Person Takes Over 20,000 Breaths Each Day
Have you ever walked into someone's home and noticed an odor that you are not accustomed to? Odors are constantly created in the spaces where we live. Finding a simple solution to clean air is not always easy.
Air Filters Are Only Part of the Solution
As air passes through a filter, small particles that are floating in the air are trapped. This is helpful in reducing particles such as dust, pollen and dander, but is only part of the solution. Most gases and odors pass right through even the best Hepa filters.
"We get 60% of our energy from the air we breathe."