Indoor Air Quality: Dust and Contaminants

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The easiest and least expensive way to remove dust and contaminants from your home and improve indoor air quality is by changing your furnace filter regularly. In addition, running your furnace fan continously can improve indoor air quality. Benzine, found in tobacco smoke, stored fuel, and paint supplies should be avoided in the home. Recently, NASA has conducted research on common house plants to see if they have the ability to remove pollutants from the air inside the home. Download to learn more about eliminating dust and contaminants from your home along with information on which house plants NASA tested.

  • improving indoor air quality
  • organic chemicals
  • NASA research

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