IKEA works in a number of different ways so that everyone can live a better, healthier life in their homes. Giving people access to clean air is a priority. “Air pollution is such a massive and global challenge it’s easy to feel helpless to make a difference. With this guide we hope to show people the many simple changes you can make in your day to day life to improve the air in your home – even something as simple as putting your toast under your kitchen exhaust hood when it’s in use,” says Alexandra Audrey Galef, sustainability development leader at IKEA Range & Supply.
Clean Air at Home is a step-by-step guide to help improve access to clean air inside homes. Step 1 is to familiarize yourself with the most common pollutants, Step 2 is to go room by room in your home to identify which pollutants are likely present in your home, and Step 3 is to implement some practical and affordable solutions to reduce or eliminate those pollutants.
At IKEA, we are committed to actively reducing air pollutants and enabling people to purify the air in their homes. We know that there is no single solution to solve air pollution, and we are always in search of new ways to contribute to a world of clean air.