Why an air purifier is a must

by Lisa Lewis central air filtration services
The deteriorating air quality became a talking point at every global summit. The air quality is so bad that breathing it for just a day is equivalent to puffing approximately 20 cigarettes. 

It has been noticed that people spend more than 90% of their time indoors, and indoor air has now been proven to be more polluted than the outdoor air. 

Man’s constant ignorance towards the environment has led to its decline and this case is no different. Constant use of fossil fuels and other numerous factors have led to the rise of air pollution. 

What causes air pollution?

Air pollution is a result of both human and natural actions. Natural events that pollute the air include volcanic eruptions, forest fires, pollen dispersal, evaporation of organic compounds and natural radioactivity. Pollution from natural occurrences is not very often.

Man-made activities that pollute the environment include:

1) Heavy Industrialization: The industrial revolution increased the production of everything, including air pollutants. Waste incinerators, manufacturing industries, and power plants emit high levels of carbon monoxide, organic compounds and chemicals into the air. This happens almost everywhere people live. 

2) Burning Fossil Fuels:  After the industrial age, transportation has become a key part of our lives. Cars, heavy-duty trucks, trains, shipping vessels, and airplanes burn lots of fossil fuels to work. Emissions from automobile engines contain both primary and secondary pollutants. This is a major cause of pollution and one that is very difficult to manage. This is because humans rely heavily on vehicles and engines, for transporting people, good and services.

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