Indoor air is becoming
You have probably heard of asbestos. But have you heard of benzene, formaldehyde or radon? They are classed as carcinogenic by the WHO in the same category as asbestos.
Aggravated by increasing levels of insulation, the situation is worsening. Substances emitted by various indoor materials stagnate in our increasingly airtight buildings.
What are the health risks?
Indoor air pollution can entail many health impacts:
- Mucous membrane and airway ailments
- Headaches, vertigo, nausea, feeling unwell, itching
- Asthma, coughs, bronchitis, rhinitis, etc.
- Disease of the nervous system
- Chronic fatigue and sleeping problems
Stronger impact on children.
- Fœtal malformation
- Concentration problems
- Low IQ
- Plus all the impacts listed above.
Clear certification preventing emissions
Identify at a glance the emission level of a product into indoor air.
“Air Label Score” "is the first international certification that clearly identifies the least emissive products.
Each product tested receives a score a score between A+ (very low emissions) and C (high emissions), which represents its emission level.
The label that insures indoor air quality
“Air Label Score” guarantees consumers the best available information on the emissions of products into indoor air. Products tested are given a score between A+ (very low emissions) and C (high emissions), which represents their emission level.
Pocket multi-purpose surface disinfectant
Ajax Bathroom Spray Cleaner
Glade® Automatic Spray, Sensual Sandalwood & Jasmine
Floorcloth 0% allergens
Green Lemon Dishwashing Liquid