What Do We Mean By Indoor Air Pollution?
When you hear about "air pollution", we often think of smog, car exhaust, and factory smoke. We usually think of outdoor pollution in crowded cities. But indoor air pollution can be a serious problem as well, especially when you consider the fact that most of us spend 90% of our time indoors, according to the Environmental Protection Agency.
Indoor air pollution are harmful airborne contaminants that resides inside the home. They can be pollutants from gases, animals, appliances, and materials, and while many of them have no smell and can’t be seen, they can create numerous short and long-term health problems.