Today is Clean Air Day! The largest UK campaign for prevention of air pollution. Air pollution is recognised by the World Health Organisation (WHO) and the UK Government as the largest environmental health risk the UK faces today, causing up to 36,000 deaths per year.
This year, the air quality team at ITPEnergised are contributing to Clean Air Day by raising awareness of indoor air quality.
Indoor air quality is often overlooked for outdoor air pollution such as that from transport. However, we spend the majority of our time indoors, especially as of more recently with the restrictions due to Covid-19, and so indoor air quality is just as important as it is outdoors.
ITPEnergised has created the following infographic to highlight sources of indoor air pollution and actions we can all take to help keep our indoor air cleaner, whether it be at home or at our place of work.
Also, take a look at the Clean Air Day website below for more useful information and resources for getting involved: