You will need to choose an air scrubber or air filtration system that fits your needs. Air pollution, in general, is a top environmental concern in the world today. Indoor air pollution is part of that concern. According to the Environmental Protection Agency, indoor air pollution levels can be up to five times higher than pollution levels outside. Most Americans only spend about 10% of their time outside.
Indoor air pollution commonly consists of the following allergens and pollutants:
Second-hand tobacco smoke is one of the smallest allergen particles and is linked to many health problems including asthma.
Animal dander is created from dander flakes shed by pets. It can cause asthmatic and allergic reactions in people who are allergic to cats and dogs. Sometimes removing the pet from the home isn't enough. Dander usually remains in the home long after the pet has left.