VIA: Good Morning America and Lowe’s

The air outside is not the only place you are subjected to poor air quality.

According to the Environmental Protection Agency indoor air pollution is ranked in the top four health hazards listed by the EPA and is 10 times more hazardous than outdoor air pollution. Products in your home can pollute the air as well.  Things like cleaning products, nail polish remover, carpet and tobacco smoke contribute to poor indoor air quality.

The Organic Mechanic Mark Highland shared information on plants that can help clean indoor air recently on Good Morning America.