air pollution

3
Oct

All There Is To Know About Radon Gas as an Indoor Pollutant

  Do you live in an old building with poor ventilation? Do you suffer from various health issues and complications? If you do, then you might be facing exposure to high concentration of radon gas. Radon gas is a colorless and odorless gas emitted from the rock and soil used to build the house. The uranium present in the rock

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24
Aug

AWAIR – BEAUTIFUL AND USEFUL INDOOR AIR QUALITY MONITOR

Introductory The Awair is an indoor air quality monitor designed for home use with smart features integrated. It has a classy wooden frame. On the back it has power input and a reset button. On the front is the sensor and a speaker. The front also displays your current indoor air quality represented by a number between 1 and 100

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12
Aug

INDOOR AIR QUALITY AND MOLD: PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE CONSIDERATIONS

Intro Cоntіnuіng mеdіа аttеntіоn gіvеn tо thе hеаlth effects оf toxic mоld, thе оutbrеаk of infectious diseases ѕuсh аѕ ѕwіnе flu, аnd the increase іn chronic rеѕріrаtоrу dіѕеаѕеѕ such as asthma hаvе rеѕultеd іn a growing іntеrеѕt and attention tо indoor аіr quality in hоmеѕ, соmmеrсіаl buildings, ѕсhооlѕ, аnd hоѕріtаlѕ. IAQ саn bе affected bу mісrоbіаl соntаmіnаntѕ ѕuсh аѕ mold

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23
Jul

INDOOR AIR POLLUTION – SOURCES OF INDOOR AIR POLLUTION AND HOW TO PREVENT THEM

Intro Indoor air pollution can be a very critical health risk. According to research done by the Environmental Protection Agency, indoor air is usually 2-5 times more polluted compared to the one outdoors. At times, it can be much more polluted than this. Combining this statistic with the fact that the average Canadian spends over 90% of his/her time indoors,

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21
Jul

HOW TO IMPROVE INDOOR AIR QUALITY AND REDUCE AIR POLLUTION

HOW TO IMPROVE INDOOR AIR QUALITY AND REDUCE AIR POLLUTION It is obvious that all humans desire to breathe clean air. In a progressively urbanized world, pollution and air quality are essential and hotly debated issues. More often than not, we tend to assume that air pollution is something that we face while outdoors in the form of that yellow

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15
Jun

Air Pollution – Causes and Effects and How to Reduce It

AIR POLLUTION – CAUSES, EFFECTS, AND HOW TO REDUCE IT Pollution is now a very common term. We hear about it and its various types everywhere we go. Air pollution is one such type that means air contamination irrespective of outside or indoors. A biological, physical, or chemical alteration to air can be called air pollution. It mostly happens when

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15
Jun

Give-Away to Win One of 10 Radon Measurements

Simon Air Quality Will Be Giving Away 10 Radon Measurements to 10 Lucky Winners!! Start Date: July 1, 2017 End Date: July 31, 2017 Have you always wondered about radon? Curious about what it is and what it does? Maybe you know enough about radon to know you don’t want it harming you or your family.     About Radon

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26
May

Efforts Made by the Government to Improve Air Quality

The Efforts Made by the Government to Improve Air Quality Millions of lives seem to be in danger due to the advances in air pollution, not to mention the control and regulation of designated substances like asbestos, lead, radon. Nonetheless, the government is on the lookout to ensure that the quality of air has improved. Some steps that the government

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19
Jan

Composition of Pollutants in our Indoor Air

Intro Indoor pollution has become very rampant in the modern world. What exactly is contained in the so-called indoor pollutants? The chemicals and harmful gasses vary in the level of harm from one pollutant to another. Following is a list of pollutants composition in indoor air. Carbon monoxide Formaldehyde Benzene Nitrogen dioxide Naphthalene These are the highest, most dangerous indoor

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19
Jan

Brief Overview of Radon

Radon (Rn) has an atomic number 86. On the periodic table, you can find it in Group 18 and Period 6 just to the right of astatine. Radon is listed under the Noble gases category along with neon, helium, xenon, argon, and krypton. It is a radioactive gas released from normal decay of radium, thorium, and uranium in rock and

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