We may not be able to see it, but our indoor air and water contains harmful levels of invisible particulates, contaminated gas, and dangerous germs and bacteria etc..
Respiratory illnesses such as asthma and cardiovascular disease, including heart attacks and stroke have been linked to air pollution. Contaminated water can increase risk of cancer and developmental delays to young children
Poor indoor air quality has been linked to a reduction in a person’s ability to perform specific mental tasks requiring concentration, calculation, and memory.
Prolonged time indoors increases the risk of contracting an illness, while ultrafine particulate matter (PM2.5) that enters the bloodstream