Fine particles is a much bigger problem than you can ever imagine?
There is a growing public awareness and knowledge about poor indoor air quality and its alarming health effects. More and more people are suffering from asthma, allergies and heart and vascular disease as a direct cause of polluted air. There are also less urgent health problems related to the indoor air quality like fatigue, headache and concentration difficulties that millions of people struggle with every day.
The fact is that the World Health Organization estimates that it is as much as 4.6 million people who die each year from causes directly attributable to air pollution. That is one crazy and very scary number!!!
Indoor air pollution can be up to 100 times worse than the outdoor air even in the most polluted cities. The indoor air is thus affected by both pollutants from the outside such as traffic fumes, pollen, industrial pollution, and indoor pollutants such as dust, smoke, VOCs, virus, and pet allergens.