Author: Vlad Caragea, EnergyPal-TimePal Romania and FMS
The latest studies show that we spend more than 80% of our time indoors – at home, at work, at school, etc. The quality of the air we breathe has an effect on our well-being and productivity. The World Health Organization has classified indoor air pollution as the 4th risk factor in lowering life expectancy. The main pollutants of indoor air are: radon, cigarette smoke, gases or particles from the combustion of fuels, chemicals and allergens.