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Do You Understand The Air? Do You Know How The Pollution In The Air Is Caused?
Sep 21, 2018

At present,  China's economy is rapidly developing industry, the scale of the city  is expanding, and the population is expanding. These have caused the  pollution in the region to intensify, directly threatening the  sustainable development of the national economy and the health of the  public. Therefore, air pollution intervention and Governance is imminent.


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For the air we inhale every day, should we understand it? You need to know the 10 little knowledge points of the air.


1. Humans breathe 11,000 liters of air per day (388 cubic feet), and the more they exercise, the more air they breathe.

2.  The US Environmental Protection Agency pointed out that indoor air  quality is one of the five major environmental hazards that endanger  public health.

3.  Even though most people in developed countries do not realize that  indoor air pollution may even be more serious than outdoor.

4.  Common indoor air pollutants include dust, pollen, mold, dust mites,  carbon dioxide, helium, smoke from smoking, furniture, cleaning  supplies, and other sources of chemicals such as incense.

5.  Health authorities in Europe and the United States point out that  indoor air pollution is two to five times more severe than outdoor air  pollution (up to 100 times in the worst case).

6.  WHO and other health agencies warn that indoor pollution can cause many  diseases, including lung disease, respiratory infections, asthma and  lung cancer.

7.  The reason for the premature death of nearly two million people is  caused by the use of solid fuel in the home to cause indoor air  pollution, which causes disease.

8. Nearly half of children under the age of five died of pneumonia due to inhalation of aerosols in indoor air.

9. More than 1 million people die of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease each year due to indoor air pollution.

10. Indoor air pollution is present in both urban and rural areas. In  order to save building materials, modern housing is often compact,  resulting in air circulation and easy indoor air pollution.