Indoor air is becoming
You have probably heard of asbestos. But have you heard of benzene, formaldehyde or radon? They are classed as carcinogens by the WHO in the same category as asbestos.
Aggravated by increasing levels of insulation, the situation is worsening. Our buildings contain an average of 4 carcinogenic pollutants. Others are teratogens, endocrine disruptors and simply irritants.
What are the health risks?
Indoor air pollution has numerous impacts on health.
- 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
Particularly strong impact on children.
- Fœtal malformation
- Concentration problems
- Low IQ
- Plus all the impacts listed above.
Clear certification going to the source of pollution
Identify the quality of the products you buy at a glance.
“Air Label Score” is the first international label to show clearly which products are best in terms of indoor air quality.
Every product tested is assigned a pollution index from A+ (very low emissions) to C (high emissions) representing the toxicity risk from inhalation of the pollutants detected.