Indoor air quality is important for everyone. If the air quality of your home is not clean then you will not be able to live a quality life that everyone deserves. If your homes indoor air quality is clean then your quality of life can be more enjoyable.
There are ways for you to improve your homes indoor air quality. The best ways to improve your homes indoor air quality is to not smoke or use anything that emits a toxic gas inside your home, use clean and clear active air filters to filtrate the air inside your home, replace filters used to filtrate any air that is re-circulated inside your home as they become dirty and clogged. If you live in an area with a high level of air pollution such as a large city it will help your indoor air quality if you keep your windows and doors closed as much as possible so that the outside-polluted air stays out side.
If you know that your indoor air quality is already at a diminished level you will want to use any means at your disposal to help you clean out as much of the air pollution as you possibly can.
The concerns for a better indoor air quality (IAQ) have risen since the 1970s when energy conservation plans were put into action especially in business offices. With the energy conservation efforts there was less outside air and more inside air with pollutants building up inside offices. This air quality inside of business offices is often referred to as Indoor Air Quality or IAQ.
Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ) and Sick Building Syndrome (SBS) are both terms that have a relative connection to IAQ.
Complaints that have been filed in connection to IAQ are simple bad odor complaints to illness and work loss because of the IAQ. The number of possible causes, sources and general personal sensitivities are great, making it very difficult to pinpoint any actual causes. Even though the causes are difficult to make a connection to IAQ, IAQ is often named as the problem.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration or OSHA and the American Biological Safety Association or ABSA are focused on bettering indoor air quality of the workplace in general. These two associations also wish to assist the employers at all levels of business to develop a preventative viewpoint on biological safety issues.
The summary of the above is that indoor air quality is important not only at home but also in the workplace. The government, businesses and employers across the nation are concerned about your indoor air quality and are doing everything within their power to improve it for you.