Each one of us is aware of the extremely hazardous air quality in India’s capital city these days. Though other cities are comparatively better, the air quality is still bad in almost all cities of the country. If you are thinking that the problem is only outdoors and you are safe inside your homes or offices, then you need to think again.
The air inside is equally bad and in some cases worse than outside. It can have many added pollutants like lead, radon, formaldehyde, and other volatile chemicals besides the dust and dirt from various appliances, paints, fragrances etc. that we use on a daily basis.
Here are few ways to improve the air quality indoors where most of us spend a major part of our day.
- Use Natural Air Filters: There are many houseplants that are excellent air cleaners. They can make the indoor air clean of