golden-pothos-plant.jpgOzone, the main component of air pollution, or smog, also infiltrates indoor environments like homes and offices. Ozone can be released by ordinary copy machines, laser printers, ultraviolet lights, and some electrostatic air purification systems, all of which contribute to increased indoor ozone levels.

Now, researchers are touting the use of common houseplants as a cheap way to improve indoor air quality and help people breathe easier.

(Read more in Pollution Online)

Thanks to Fred Werner for submitting the link. 


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