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5 Smart Ways to Reduce Indoor Allergens

There are many types of indoor allergens that can be found in our homes. The most common include dust, dust mite droppings, mould and mildew, pet dander, pollens and even spores from the outdoor mould can make its way into our houses. They can trigger allergic reactions, asthma spells or eczema flare-ups. And tend to […]

Benefits of Clean Indoor Air

The quality of the air we breathe has a tremendous effect on our health. After all, we depend on it to live. Previously, we have discussed the negative effects that polluted indoor air  has on us, and we pointed that it is one of the main causes of premature deaths in the world. Today, however, we […]

How daily activities affect indoor air

Reasons to care about indoor air quality You should care about indoor air quality because your health is heavily dependent on it. If you are breathing poor air, it can cause health issues ranging from headaches, asthma, birth defects, cancer, heart and respiratory diseases and even death. People in urban areas spend most of their […]

Does Fragrance Equal to Clean Air

If I asked what does a clean room look like? Most people would say it “smells good”. However, when you think for a moment, a clean room doesn’t necessarily have a smell at all! If it’s clean, it’s supposed not to have any dirt, bad odour or any potentially unhealthy substance. Clean doesn not mean […]

Why is Air Ventilation Important?

In urban areas, the majority of people’s daily activities takes place indoors. This makes the atmosphere inside of homes have a major impact on the health and safety of the majority of the population. Studies have also shown that indoor air pollution actually has more damaging effects on health than pollution outside. Read more about […]

How Does the Haze Affect You in Singapore?

The biggest hazard of the haze that we see year after year here in Singapore is the fine particulate matter (PM) suspended in the air. Particulate matter, especially those referred to as PM2.5 can easily be inhaled into our lungs and can go deep into the respiratory system. This refers to particles that are smaller […]