This livebinder is about the green way to clean the air in your home of poisonous toxins and make your house beautiful and cozy.  Some plants are excellent at cleaning pollution from indoor air.  Dr. Bill Wolverton published his research at NASA to find plants that clean the air.  These plants absorb toxic chemicals like benzene, formaldehyde, and trichloroethylene which are commonly used in the production of clothing, furniture, mattresses, carpets, plastics and printing.  One healthy plant can clean a 100 sq.ft. room of 87% of these contaminants in 24 hours. (try the Rubbert plant or Peace Lily).

Check out his inexpensive, well-illustrated, and extremely practical book - "How to Grow Fresh Air: 50 House Plants that Purify Your HOme of Office."

Click on this binder and go through the tabs to view other websites that give plant suggestions and other tips about growing plants in your home for the purpose of purifying the air.
Plants that purify the air
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Plants that purify the air