Use Plants to Improve Your Indoor Air Quality
Due to toxins contained in cleaning products, paint, and in other items found in the home, the EPA estimates that indoor air quality is form 5 to 10 times more polluted than the air outside. Using low VOC paint and green labeled cleaning products can help to a degree but, alone they cannot reduce all of the toxins in the home. NASA, in a study on house plants, found that indoor plants can remove toxins and help purify indoor air. Download this fact sheet for more information on how indoor house plants can help improve indoor air quality. Additionally, a list of the top ten plants to use for improving your home's indoor air quality are included.
- indoor air quality
- benefits of indoor plants
- top 10 plant list