Indoor Air Quality and the Government
It is estimated that over 95 million Americans are affected by indoor air quality. The average person spends about 90% of their time indoors.
People are conditioned to thinking the pollution is only outdoors, but indoor pollution can often be 2 to 3 times greater than outdoor pollution.
As with many things that get wrapped up in bureaucratic red tape, our Government organizations often keep much of this information behind closed doors. The CDC and the EPA are slow to release any of the latest studies or findings.
Often the things that are affecting us from an environmental standpoint are driven by special interest groups. But just as often it is with held to prevent public pandemonium.
These indoor dangers such as viruses, bacteria, contaminated water, mold, lead, and asbestos that can be present in our homes and public buildings, never really get any media attention until there is an outbreak or a major problem.
But what about the individual and long term affects of these dangerous contaminants, when they are in our homes and workplaces?
If someone told you that you’re living environment is three times more polluted than acceptable and healthy levels what would you do?
The first solution would be to get your home inspected and tested for any of these contaminants. Being proactive can help you avoid the potential health dangers and offer you the peace of mind and security that you deserve!
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