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Indoor Air Pollution


| 10/15/2007 12:00:00 AM


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We should all think seriously about the exhaust from our cars, chemical pollutants produced in the manufacture of products we use (and in the products themselves) and other broad-scale pollution. But how is the air in our micro-environments? That is, how effective are we at keeping the pollutants out of our most personal environments — our own homes?

 Indoor Air Pollution, a recent article posted to the Treehugger site, will help you start thinking about the quality of the air in your home.





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