Houseplants-The Living Air Machine

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New research suggests that indoor houseplants can help remove air-borne toxins and carbon dioxide. 87% of air-borne toxic gases emitted from paints, tobacco smoke, synthetic upholstery, and carpets can be removed by houseplants. Benzene, a volatile organic compound (VOC), produced by tobacco smoke, can be reduced by ferns. Besides cleaning our air and providing oxygen, houseplants add beuaty to any space. Download for a list of the top rated houseplants for toxic filtering abilities.

  • benefits of houseplants
  • indoor air quality
  • list of top houseplants

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