It’s a subject often forgotten. Our daily impact on the environment. Yeah, we all try to recycle, turn off the faucet while we brush our teeth, and teach our kids about not littering… but what about the unseen pollution?
Are you paying attention to the quality of the air your children are breathing at school each day? Find out why you should. Common symptoms of continued exposure to a toxic indoor environment include congestion, runny nose, coughing, irritated eyes, new or worsening asthma, headaches, and fatigue.
If you are a cat owner, you’ve probably tried multiple solutions from switching litter to remove litter box odors from your home. Still looking?
When most people think of indoor air purification, the first technology that comes to mind is general filtration. While many air purifiers on the market offer sophisticated filtration technology, this passive purification process is not enough for a healthy indoor breathing environment.