Plants against atmospheric pollutants
Today we are talking about pollution and depolluting plants.
The pollution air knows no boundaries. It can reach us by the air we breathe. Toxic compounds are very dangerous for health and cause allergies and serious diseases. According to the Observatory of air quality in a large part of housing these compounds are present, especially in the air.
For example, tobacco residues, gas emissions from heaters and chimneys, formaldehyde, ammonia and many others. That's why it's important to clean up our interior.
Indeed the toxic pollutants present in our interiors are varied
The simplest and most effective method is to place the depolluting plants. Plants can turn CO2 into oxygen. The larger the leaves, the more they purify the air.
Decontamination plants can be useful to limit the harmful effects of pollutants and clean up indoor air
Do you know that the air in our homes is 5 to 10 times more polluted than the outside air?
What are the best depolluting plants for your home
Decontamination plants help clean the air of toxic compounds found in carpets, paints, plywood furniture and dry-cleaned fabrics.
Decontamination plants stimulate good mood and creativity
Most of the plants we have at home have the ability to clean up the air
Rubber (ficus elastica) is especially effective at absorbing formaldehyde. Most species of this plant are effective in a newly furnished kitchen in chipboard.
In order to rid the kitchen of carbon monoxide, think about ficus
No pollutant is not able to resist the spatiphyllum. Its leaves absorb formaldehyde, xylene, toluene, ammonia, benzene, trichlorethylene and also the vapors of alcohol and acetone.
Spathiphyllum has the ability to filter pollutants
Anthurium is in second place for ammonia remediation. That's why it's a good idea to install it in the kitchen or bathroom.
In your room you can opt for anthurium
It is good to install it in a room where there is furniture in chipboard because it absorbs formaldehyde.
Some species of this plant also absorb benzene, xylene and trichlorethylene.
Dracaena absorbs formaldehyde and benzene
It is the most effective plant in the fight against pollution. It eliminates formaldehyde and trichlorethylene.
The philodendron is one of the best depolluting plants
This plant absorbs formaldehyde through its roots. Thanks to its foliage it eliminates toluene and xylene as well.
Favor the depolluting plants emitting water vapor like dieffenbachia
Phalaenopsis, more commonly known as butterfly orchid, contributes to the elimination of ammonia and xylene.
Among the most effective plants are orchids
In our interiors there are several pollutants from different sources. They are at the origin of both external pollution, pollution related to construction materials, cleaning solvents, household products, etc. Indoor air pollution is distinguished by two types: chemical pollution and electromagnetic pollution. Before choosing the best remedial plants, the ideal is to take stock of the pollutants that may be most present in your habitat.
For a guaranteed effect, choose large plants
Studies show that some plants help to purify and regenerate ambient air