Jul
30

Breathe Easier: How to Limit Chemicals in Indoor Air

There has been a lot of publicity regarding the chemicals recently found in indoor environments. According to the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), people spend about 90 percent of their time indoors, where air pollution levels are typically 2 to 5 times higher than outdoor levels. As our buildings and homes become more air-tight and efficient, chemicals in the indoor air are less likely to escape.

This is where we come in. GREENGUARD Certified products are screened by UL for over 10,000 chemicals and often provide a stricter criteria for sensitive individuals, such as children and the elderly. ECR4kids, a company who is dedicated to creating high-quality children’s products and also a recent recipient of the GREENGUARD Gold Certification, posted an article that describes indoor air quality and how to reduce the pollution in your buildings and homes. For more details and deeper insight into indoor air quality, refer to the full article on their website.

Would you like to learn more about Indoor Air Quality and its effects? Please contact us, we are happy to assist.