It’s about one child. The fight for clean air is about the pain a parent feels when a child can’t breathe and there seems nothing they can do to help. A child who is gasping for air, coughing, struggling to inhale. One child. This is the message that came out of the meeting of the... View Article
Is your house a safe haven from indoor air pollution?
The front page of The Times has declared that buyers’ knowledge of pollution hotspots could drive down London house prices.
Pets Need Clean Air, Too
Recently, a few of us at Airtopia met with a former employee of our founder David Evans MBE to talk about a unique perspective she brought to our work. Having left the world of marketing and account management, Michelle has begun working in pet healthcare and asked us if we’d considered the impact of poor... View Article
What You Should Know Before You Move to a New Home
Your home should be a sanctuary.
Why IAQ matters
What You Breathe Matters, Indoors and Out
The Future Depends on Healthy Homes
We already spend about 70% of our time in our homes. We sleep, eat, wash, change, entertain and veg in front of the telly. A growing body of research recommends the benefits to our lives and the Earth if we double the number of people who work remotely, increasing time spent at home to nearer... View Article
Review: Stacey from The Design Sheppard
Stacey Sheppard is a freelance writer and blogger from Dartmouth, UK. Back in January, we started following her on social media as we love her accounts and interiors-focused blog. Strangely, that very day, she had been talking to her husband about indoor air quality!
Airtopia Indoor Air Quality Test vs a Home Monitor
How is an Airtopia test is different from the gadgets that monitor air quality in your home? It’s kind of like asking what’s the difference between a Health Check by your GP and taking your own temperature. Both provide useful information, but one is a bit more detailed and adds a bit more value by... View Article
Smoking: What you should know about the chemicals in cigarettes
The irony of air fresheners…
The global market for air freshener products is expected to reach nearly £10 million by 2023. But the synthetic scents coming from your air fresheners could be harming your health…