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Honeywell Home Comfort Products' Second Annual 'National Care About Your Indoor Air' Month
Date:2/9/2009

SOUTHBOROUGH, Mass., Feb. 9 /PRNewswire/ -- Throughout February, Kaz, Inc., the makers of Honeywell Home Comfort Products, is marking its second annual "National Care About Your Indoor Air" month. In partnership with other organizations such as the National Parent Teacher Organization and the Healthy House Institute (www.healthyhouseinstitute.com), Honeywell Home Comfort Products is working to educate consumers about the importance of indoor air quality.

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) says levels of indoor air pollution can be between two and five times higher -- and occasionally as much as 100 times higher -- than outdoor air. Indoor air pollution can be such a problem that the EPA ranks poor indoor air quality among the top five environmental risks to public health. The EPA also says one-half of our nation's 115,000 schools have problems linked to indoor air quality.

There are a number of common misconceptions about indoor air quality. For instance, many consumers believe that because their homes are clean, their indoor air is clean, too. The truth is that tiny airborne particulates such as dust, smoke, mold and pet dander can be widespread in even the cleanest homes. Typically these particulates are invisible to the naked eye. And as many consumers are sealing their homes more tightly to conserve energy, they're reducing natural circulation and sealing in those airborne pollutants, making indoor air pollution even more of a problem.

While many consumers drink purified water and use hand sanitizers, most aren't doing anything to help purify the air they're breathing. Portable air purifiers, such as Honeywell air purifiers, eliminate 95 to 99.97% of microscopic airborne pollutants from the air that passes through their filters(1), and can be used in addition to other measures to improve indoor air. Some air purifier
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