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How to reduce airborne bacteria

Posted on August 02, 2013
by Susana Escamilla

We have learned about how to reduce the poor indoor air quality and how most of our time is spent indoors either at home or at work. We have probably seen someone at our workplace with a plant around their desk area. It might be for decoration purposes or just because one may want some nature inside. However, plants can help clean the air we breathe. Airborne chemicals and fine particles can be present in the air that we breathe but we do not see them because they are microscopic particles. Some plants reduce the number of microbes in indoor air.

According to NASA and Landscape Contractors of America (ALCA) various houseplants can keep the air clean and pure and balance indoor humidity. Not only do these plants absorb pollutants they also scrub harmful gases out of the air and help fight pollution. Plants can be a very effective part of a system and help keep a pollution free environment. At Air-tek you can look at us like that plant in your workplace or at home. We help you clean out your HVAC system so that you can breathe easier. For more information on how Air-tek can help your indoor air quality visit our website. Follow our Facebook Community Page.

 

 

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