1. According to the Environmental Protection Agency, indoor air quality is a greater health hazard than outdoor air pollution with pollutants being up to 2-5 times higher indoors.
  2. The U.S. Surgeon General states that poor indoor air quality contributes to cancers, cardiovascular disease, asthma, and other illnesses.
  3. Improving indoor air quality, helps reduce school/work absenteeism and improves concentration, resulting in increased productivity and performance.