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Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ)

Poor Air Quality, Sick Building Syndromes (SBS) and other building related illness are emerging as critical health, environmental and legal issues throughout the world. Maintaining a healthy and comfortable indoor environment in any building requires integrating many components of a complex system. Indoor environment problems are preventable and solvable and practical guidance on how to manage your building for good indoor environmental quality is available.


Long term exposure to indoor air pollution can cause much more serious health problems. The immediate symptoms can develop over time into respiratory diseases, heart disease, or even cancer. While it is known that airborne pollutants can cause these health problems, it is still unknown how long exposure must be and at what concentration level before serious health problems can arise. The best way to reduce these risks is to reduce the level of indoor air pollutants. Much of the airborne pollutants can be removed with a thorough air duct cleaning.


Common Air Pollutants and Their Hazards

Chemical Pollutants  










Benzene and its polymer






Particulate and dust



Influence on Human Body

Vomit / Dizziness / Headache / Carcinomatosis / Stimulation on eyes & respiratory system


Fatigue / Vomit / Headache

Dizziness / Headache / Stimulation on nasal cavity

Dizziness / Headache / Stimulation on nasal cavity

Dizziness / Headache

Cough / Stimulation on eyes, respiratory system & lung


Dizziness / Headache / Stimulation on eyes

Main Sources

Furniture / Carpet / Composite board / Plywood / Heat insulating materials

Cigarette / Oil smoke of kitchen



Paint / Composite materials / Printed

matter / Ink


Paint / Solvent / Polishing agent



Petrol / Fuel / Grease / Fireplace


Cigarrette smog / Fireplace / Barbecue /




Styling jelly / Deodorizer

​Professional product recommendation

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