Indoor Air Pollution

We all deserve to breathe clean, healthy air. We all know that outside our air can be dirty because of cars, trucks, and factories. But the air inside our homes and apartments can also have pollution that affects our health. The air where we live can be contaminated from everyday activities like cooking, cleaning with household cleaners, and petting the dog. That pollution can cause health problems like triggering an asthma attack, irritating eyes, nose, and throat, and even exposing us to chemicals that can cause cancer.

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Follow the links below to learn more about how to keep contaminants out of your home's air.

California Air Resources Board Indoor Air Program or call their Indoor Air Quality Group at 916-445-0753.