Air Pollution 


Air pollution occurs when harmful substances are introduced to our Earth’s atmosphere. Air pollution can cause allergies or in extreme cases, death in humans, diseases and it can also harm our animals, livestock and food crops.   It is very damaging to our environment.  What causes air pollution? Humans and other natural events.

Indoor air pollution and poor air quality are at the top of our pollution problems.  Do you know that mold, pollen, tobacco smoke, the use of household cleaning products, and pesticides contribute to indoor air pollution?  According to WHO, around 3 BILLION people cook and heat their homes using solid fuels like wood, charcoal coal and crop wastes, over open fires or in traditional stoves.  Inefficient cooking and heating practices can emit high levels of indoor air pollution.   Also according to WHO, a staggering 4.3 MILLION people a year die from exposure to household air pollution.

While we can’t necessarily control our outdoor air, we can certainly try to control our indoor air.  What can we do?  Make changes to reduce indoor air pollution, even the littlest change like switching to a more efficient cooking stove can help!  Look for more natural cleaning products, avoid all smoke/tobacco, rid your home of mold and do the best that you can to control pollen that comes in your house.

Another great solution is to purchase an Airfree Air Purifier.

By running an Airfree Air Purifier in your home, you will destroy even the smallest of airborne microorganisms.  Airfree uses its unique ceramic heating chamber without any ozone being used. An Airfree air purifier destroys airborne allergens such as all types of fungus, including those from dust mite feces, mold spores, and most pollutants in the air.  Airfree safely and effectively cleans the indoor air allowing your pet to breath fresh, clean air!

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