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How and Why Potted Plants Really do Clean Indoor Air

Margaret Burchett Ronald Wood, Ralph Orwell Jane Tarran, Fraser Torpy Ralph Alquezar Over 80 % of Australians live in cities, where we spend about 90% of our time indoors. A number of studies have shown that indoor air generally contains higher levels of contaminants than outdoor air – often several times higher concentrations. Over 350...
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Simple Steps to Better Air Quality

Principal authors Kristy Matte, Eco Balance Sustainable Design Consultancy; and Geoff Milne. This article is a good explanation of how to improve indoor air quality. Download PDF
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Wellbeing Improved by Indoor Greenery – Australian UTS Study

Final Report to Horticulture Australia Ltd Cpmpleted 15 february 2010 “Greening the Great Indoors for Human Health and Wellbeing’, Margaret Burchett et al. University of Technology, Sydney (UTS) The results add further evidence for the benefit of plants for occupant wellbeing: Reductions in negative mood states and feelings of stress by up to 6% have...
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