Clean Air Indoors

Learn more about indoor air pollutants and steps you can take to improve your indoor air.

Indoor air can be 2-5 times, even up to 100 times, more polluted than outdoor air. Americans spend 90% of the time indoors. Poor air quality impacts everyone, but especially people with lung disease and other underlying health conditions. Whether we’re at home, work, school, it’s important to ensure the air we breathe indoors is as healthy as it can be. Learn more about indoor air pollutants and steps you can take to improve your indoor air.

Health Impacts of Combustion in Homes

Burning wood, gas and other fossil fuels for cooking and heating pollutes the air in homes and contributes to outdoor air pollution and climate change. This comprehensive evidence review details the problem.

Indoor Air Quality in Schools Guide

Unhealthy air in schools can have negative impacts on learning and health for students, teachers, and staff. This guide provides an overview of indoor air quality and shares tools that schools can use to improve air quality.
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Dust and Indoor Air Quality Briefing

Dust can carry many pollutants – like dust mites, pet dander, and mold spores - that can make our indoor air unhealthy. This guide provides an indepth look at dust, its impact on health, and what you can do to reduce dust in the home.
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