In basketball or football, some teams seem to depend on a player or a few players to make the difference in the outcome of a game. Coaches often preach “there is no I in team” to indicate that the game is won by a group effort. This is also indicative of the air quality in the home or office. One person or singular effort can’t be expected to be the hero who wins the game of good health.
It has long been known that the use of plants for indoor air quality is one of the best natural solutions there is. A rule of thumb is to have one plant for every 100 square feet of interior space, but that does not assure that air quality will be completely acceptable within a building because the number of pollutants can be more concentrated in some buildings than in others.
Using plants in conjunction with a good air filter system is a twofold way to attack poor air quality. An air filter system such as Read more