If the global pandemic has taught us anything, it’s that good air quality, especially good indoor air quality, is paramount. In fact, a recent report in The Lancet predicted that climate change events like wildfires, rising pollen, ill health due to rising humidity, and the presence of harmful particulate matter in our air will pose an even greater threat to human life than the coronavirus has. So, it is time for all of us, not just those impacted by asthma, to assess our environment and improve our indoor air quality.
Healthier Indoor Air
A certified asthma & allergy friendly® product in general terms means that the product – whether it may be consumer electronics, flooring, bedding or building materials – has been tested against a strict set of standards to ensure its effect on the indoor environment is such that it is a better choice for those impacted by asthma and allergies
Using certified asthma & allergy friendly® products in your home is an easy, reliable way of taking control of your indoor air and helping prevent against potential health effects.
Certification by the asthma and allergy friendly® Certification Program means that very strict scientific tests are carried out on the product. Many of these tests are unique to the asthma & allergy friendly® certification and manufacturers voluntarily submit their products for our independent tests to validate the claims they wish to make.
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