Air Pollution

Air Pollution: It’s Not Just Bad for Your Lungs

May 5th, 2010 | Posted in Air Pollution, Know the Facts | | No Comments »

by C.K. Hickey, Eco Coalition Editor

Asthma and other respiratory problems are bad enough, but poor air quality potentially harms more than just your lungs. According to the Journal of the American College of Cardiology (JACC), air pollution has toxic effects that injure the heart and blood vessels too.
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Clean Country Air?

April 27th, 2010 | Posted in Air Pollution, Know the Facts | | No Comments »

by C.K. Hickey, Eco Coalition Editor

Anyone who’s ever visited the San Joaquin Valley in central California knows that “clean country air” can be a misnomer. Read more …


Know Your VOCs

April 19th, 2010 | Posted in Air Pollution, Know the Facts | | No Comments »

by C.K. Hickey, Eco Coalition Editor

And you thought the air was dangerous outside on your way to work. While most people commonly think of smog when it comes to air pollutants, the fact of the matter is that the air indoors poses significant health risks as well. Read more …


Air Pollution Caused by Industries

April 19th, 2010 | Posted in Air Pollution, Know the Facts | | No Comments »

by Contribution Writer for eHow

Air pollution is defined as the addition of various hazardous chemicals, particulate matter, toxic substances and biological organisms into the Earth’s atmosphere. There are various factors causing air pollution, but what comes from industries and factories is often considered a prime factors in air pollution. Read more …


How to Fight Indoor Air Pollution

April 19th, 2010 | Posted in Air Pollution, Know the Facts | | No Comments »

by Paul M.J. Suckecli for eHow

Tobacco smoke is one indoor pollutant that’s easy to reduce. Most smokers today have to courtesy to ask if you mind them smoking. Stand up for your rights and say that you do.Second-hand tobacco smoke holds a raft of noxious compounds from carbon monoxide to formaldehyde. Read more …


Keep Your Business in Compliance with Government Regulations

April 19th, 2010 | Posted in Air Pollution, Know the Facts | | No Comments »

by Cathy Salustri for Business.com

Understanding the relationship between government and air pollution control gives your business a strong foundation for complying with government regulations. Air pollution research and government actions to prevent air pollution complement each other Read more …