The case on reducing VOCs
It is important to maintain low levels of toxins, harmful gasses and chemical levels in the air because apart from increasing productivity levels, better quality indoor air is essential for comfort, health and the wellbeing of its occupants. Total volatile organic compounds (TVOCs) are a big part of this and that explains the surge in researching its reduction and effects in the recent years.
Where are they from?
They come from an array of everyday items including cosmetics, paints, varnishes, cleaning products, fragrances, candles, children’s toys, hobby products, and even cooking. When you have an enclosed space like a home or office, these emitted gases accumulate and pollute our fresh air.