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The Air You Breathe
NASA scientists prove that house plants can remove air pollution from indoor environments.
When I first heard about NASA sending plants into space, I imagined ivy growing long tendrils in all directions like weightless spiders. Since then, research in the pollution fighting properties of plants has been carried out by several scientists including Dr. Bill Wolverton, formerly a senior research scientist at NASA’s John C. Stennis Space Center, Bay St. Louis, Miss.
While more research is needed, studies show that houseplants help eliminate certain toxins, counteract out-gassing and contribute to balanced internal humidity. They even may provide a natural way of helping combat “Sick Building Syndrome”. Continue reading “Greener Office: Cleaner Air”