Everything you need to know about indoor air pollution
While air pollution gets a lot of attention, the air inside homes may be more dangerous.
According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), you're likely to experience up to 100 times greater exposure to air pollutants indoors than outdoors.
With indoor air pollution causing nearly 8% of worldwide mortalities in 2012, you’d think that we’d compulsively change our furnace filters each month, minimize dangerous household chemicals, and even take a closer look at some of the pathogens that exist in items as benign as makeup and beauty products.
The following infographic from AirFilterBuy.com is designed to help shed light on some of the most prevalent contributors to indoor air pollution.
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