Indoor Air Quality

Indoor air quality can have a significant effect on your health. Studies show that people spend 65 to 90 percent of their time indoors, and indoor air can be two to five times more polluted than outdoor air. The young, elderly, chronically ill, and those with respiratory or cardiovascular disease are often the most impacted by poor indoor air quality.

Ventilation

Ventilation and Air Quality for Reducing Transmission of Airborne Illnesses (PDF)

Cooling Indoor Spaces Without Air Conditioning (PDF)

More Resources

Air Cleaner Information for Consumers, CA Air Resources Board

Do-It-Yourself Home Health Assessment, American Lung Association

Green Chemistry, Department of Ecology

Indoor Air Quality, EPA

Local Clean Air Agencies

Content Source: Indoor Air Quality Program