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You may suffer due to the following pollutions inside your Home:

    • Air Pollution
    • Water Pollution
    • Dust Pollution
    • Soil Pollution
    • Noise pollution
    • Plastics Pollution
    Pollution does not mean only outside the home. It can happen indoor too.


    Pollution from home can emanate from devices or chemicals used in the home.

    Among poor particularly those who live in thatch will have smoke pollution due to their cooking by burning fire wood and cow dung cake without proper vent or chimney. They develop respiratory problems.
    There are several lakhs of people who live beneath asbestos. Other indoor air pollutants include asbestos, formaldehyde (which is associated with many consumer products, including certain wood products), aerosols, chloroform, paradichlorbenzene (from mothballs and air fresheners), perchloroethylene (associated with dry cleaning), etc.

    Indoor Air Pollutants

    Many scientific evidences indicate that the air within homes and other buildings can be more seriously polluted than outside air because of the types of fuel, construction materials and other products being used. Many indoor air pollutants have an adverse effect on human health. Over 80 per cent of the people in rural areas of India rely mainly on solid biomass fuels for cooking and heating. This produces large amounts of smoke and other air pollutants in the confined space of the home, resulting in high exposure. Other indoor air pollutants include asbestos, formaldehyde (which is associated with many consumer products, including certain wood products), aerosols, choloroform, paradichlorbenzene (from mothballs and air fresheners), perchloroethylene (associated with dry cleaning), etc.

 
   
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