- Cooking smoke emissions and general mess
- Vehicular emissions in garage
- Drinking water pollution at home
- Noise pollution in living room
Sources of indoor pollution
- Gas stove in the kitchen: To reduce the emissions from gas stove or to make its flame balanced never compromise over the quality of stove. Don’t select the one with several fireplaces. Instead of it, pick the one with one or two fireplaces but having high quality supply line. For this just go for a branded gas stove and buy it from its genuine dealer. It will greatly help control indoor pollution of your home.
- Wrong direction of the exhaust of the kitchen: If we install the exhaust fan in the opposite direction of the air it makes our home environment smoky at the time of cooking. Therefore, install the exhaust fan with the direction of air that emits the cooking emissions outside home without any pressure. It is one of the surest ways to check indoor pollution coming from your kitchen.
- Windows and ventilators without sieving grills: In dusty areas if we don’t put sieving grills over the windows and ventilators, a lot of dust may come inside. It is also a form of indoor pollution. With the installation of such grills you may feel little depressed the spaciousness of the home. But their regular cleaning will not create suffocation in the home.
- Littering of garbage: Apart from regular use of vacuum cleaner remove the garbage stuck up behind the furniture and other home equipment that may come on open floor with air pressure. So remove them with a little effort on at least weekly basis.
- Unnecessary spray of chemical germicide: Never use any kind of germicide or insecticide unnecessarily. It is better to use any organic spray that is least harmful to our health and environment.
Vehicular emissions in garage
Drinking water pollution at home
Noise pollution in living room
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