How to Manage Indoor Air Quality: 3 Key Steps



Air that is of high quality is necessary for a healthy home. Contaminants that damage or irritate us, have an unpleasant scent, or interfere with our ability to see appropriately (smoke) can impair the air quality within buildings.

These toxins may be released inside the home (from furniture, household products, stoves, pets, and people) or originate outside.

Healthy Indoor Air Is a Human Right

The World Health Organization (WHO) declared clean indoor air a human right in 2000¹. (WHO Regional Office for Europe 2000).

3 Solutions to Managing Indoor Air Quality

- Dilution - Containment - Controlling Sources

Use a Home Indoor Air Quality Monitor for Co2

Due to the frequent inclusion of a CO² threshold in mechanical ventilation standards, 1000 ppm (ppm) is frequently used as a static value. 

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