Indoor Environmental Air Quality (IEAQ). It is an increasing problem.
Air pollution is a major environmental health risk. Most indoor air is polluted with particles, allergens, odours, volatile organic compounds, bacteria, viruses, molds, and smoke.
Health and health related organizations as well as NGOs and government bodies have been calling for increased levels of action to address this important global issue. The market for improving IEAQ is new, growing and a challenging field.
Poor indoor air quality will disrupt your pleasure, productivity and sense of well-being during the time you spend indoors. Many people suffer from allergies, asthma and other breathing related difficulties, multiple chemical sensitivities and general symptoms of poor health because of the lack of good air quality.
In these pages we have resolved to explain the various categories of indoor environmental air pollutants. We can confidently say that most indoor air will have some, if not all, of these pollutants in them.