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State of the
& Opportunity Presented
When we think of air pollution, we usually
associate it with outdoor air. However, a growing number
of allergic reactions may also be due to certain
airborne allergens in the home. In fact, in 1990, the
United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
ranked indoor air pollution as “a high priority health
Allergy products such as air purifiers will greatly help in reducing allergens
that can cause asthma or asthma-like symptoms, such as
difficulty in breathing, nasal congestion, respiratory
swelling, and the like.
We each have the choice to lower our energy demand, grow
a garden, repair instead of replace, recycle and reuse
or invest in the technologies to secure our future.
Those choices that we make will secure a brighter and
better future for our children and ourselves.
The NASA-affiliated Space
Foundation recognizes our technology as the only Certified Space Technology for
residential air purification. With Kansas State
University and University of Cincinnati studies proving
our technology kills up to 99.99 percent of microbials such
as MRSA staph on surfaces, the desire for our technology
is at an all-time high.
Effects of RCI
According to the EPA
All of us face a
variety of risks to our health as we go about our day-to-day lives.
Driving in cars, flying in planes, engaging in recreational activities,
and being exposed to environmental pollutants all pose varying degrees
of risk. Some risks are simply unavoidable. Some we choose to accept
because to do otherwise would restrict our ability to lead our lives
the way we want.
And some are
risks we might decide to avoid if we had the opportunity to make
informed choices. Indoor air pollution is one risk that you can do
something about, Air Purification Learn
Twenty percent of the U.S. population,
nearly 55 million people, spend their days in our elementary and
secondary schools. In the mid-1990s, studies show that 1 in 5 of our
nation's 110,000 schools reported unsatisfactory indoor air quality,
and 1 in 4 schools reported ventilation -- which impacts indoor air
quality -- as unsatisfactory. Students are at greater risk because of
the hours spent in school facilities and because children are
especially susceptible to pollutants. Purification Learn More...
Home Show Review 2005
Indoor Environmental Quality
Creating a better
indoor environment can help building owners, managers, occupants,
architects and builders to minimize or eliminate the negative health
effects, liability, bad publicity, and costly renovations and repairs
often associated with IEQ problems. Improving IEQ involves
designing, constructing, commissioning, operating, and maintaining
buildings in ways that reduce pollution sources and remove indoor
pollutants while ensuring that fresh air is continually supplied and
properly circulated. Purification Systems Learn More...