"The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has determined, after a five year study, that the air inside many residences and businesses is from TWO to FIVE times more polluted than outside air and can be up to 1,000 times as dirty.  The EPA estimates that most Americans are exposed every day to indoor air contaminants that can lead to serious health problems for some people, including cancer, respiratory ailments, fatigue and headaches."

Congressional Quarterly

"EWG's studies have found that exposure to brominated fire retardants is unavoidable. EWG found them in the dust of every home and in the body of every participant tested. Our homes and offices are filled with brominated fire retardants in products including foam-padded furniture, computer and television screens, and the padding underneath our carpets."

Environmental Working Group   http://www.ewg.org/reports/inthedust/index.php

"For many environmental scientists, who in recent years have been warning that pollution particles of that size pose a special danger to human health if they come indoors, the bio-terrorism threat is one more reason to improve the quality of indoor air with powerful filters ..."

"Particles Are Tiny, but Damage Can Be Great",10/30/2001,
New York Times

"While employers or building owners may be tempted to attribute indoor air quality complaints to malingering or griping, the fact is that indoor air pollution is now viewed as a valid source of health problems. Ignoring such complaints can be costly."

New York Law Journal

Urban dwellers in cities where smoke stacks and traffic are heavy contributors to air quality are 15 to 17 times more likely to die prematurely than people in cities with the cleanest air.

Harvard School of Public Health

"Smoky bars and casinos have up to 50 times more cancer-causing particles in the air than highways and city streets clogged with diesel trucks at rush hour......"

CNN.com September 21, 2004

In addition to reducing indoor air pollution, indoor air filtration may also reduce risks from chemical and/or biological weapons.
Matthew Meselson, Harvard University, Chemical & Biological Weapons Expert,  Charlie Rose Show, PBS 10/10/2001    
"The new dust problem in the West is flying under the radar..." 12/10/2011, New York Times Next

We are honored to have been selected in October, 2001, by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency,
U.S. Capitol Architect, and U.S. Capitol Police, for air cleaning equipment to remediate anthrax in the U.S. Senate Hart office building.

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