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Indoor Air Quality

A variety of environmental factors can affect the quality of the air you breathe in your home or work place. Indoor air contamination may be the result of poor air exchange, pet dander, mold/mildew, tobacco smoke, or other respiratory irritants. Poor quality air can impact your health by making conditions such as Asthma worse.


Helpful Resources

  • Ledge Light Health District’s Putting on AIRS Program addresses how indoor air quality could be negatively affecting Asthma.

  • More information on indoor air quality is available from the Environmental Protection Agency and the State of Connecticut Department of Public Health websites. For an informative and entertaining look at some things to consider when using wood burning stoves, check out the Department of Energy & Environmental Protection's YouTube video about burning firewood. 

  • A word about Ozone Generating Air Purifiers: Many people wanting to improve the quality of the air in their homes are actually making it worse by using air purifiers that intentionally produce ozone. The Connecticut Department of Public Health recommends that ozone generators not be used in the home. For more information, please see our public health alert regarding these products.



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