Whitepaper Fine Particulate
You can’t necessarily see it with the naked eye, but fine particulate is all around us. Like other harmful substances such as nitrogen dioxide, fine particulate in the air is a risk to public health. To prevent common lung and heart complaints, and other health problems, it’s important to ensure that air quality is as high as possible. Unfortunately though, there are many factors that can cause air pollution, causing us to inhale more harmful substances such as fine particulate.
What exactly are the hazards and risks of fine particulate, how can be measure it and what solutions can we put in place ourselves – at home, at school, at work – to eliminate the fine particulate? You can read all you need to know in our white paper.