Listen again to Chrissie Jackson of BBC Radio Norfolk talking to Steve Saxty about all things indoor air pollution...
Customer Review – Sam Ralph
What one of our customers says...
Airtopia features in The Times: The invisible pollution inside our homes
Airtopia recently tested the indoor air quality in journalist Harry Wallop's house. Read the full article from The Times to find out what he learned about the toxins and hidden dangers in his home...
Airtopia & Global Action Plan co-host round table on IAQ
On Wednesday 26 September, Airtopia and Global Action Plan co-hosted a round table event focused on Indoor Air Quality at Islington Town Hall.
Airtopia at the Air Quality Conference & National Air Quality Awards 2018
The fifth annual Air Quality Conference is to take place on 4 October at Lord's Cricket Ground in St John's Wood, London.
Make the air in your home purer with these eco-friendly cleaning and skincare products
It’s not just your car that emits pollutants into our environment. Regular household cleaning and skincare products can also release harmful volatile organic compounds (VOCs) into the air inside your home, contributing majorly to poor indoor air quality. New research outlined in The Telegraph’s recent article, titled ‘Clean bill of health: the household products that won’t... View Article
David Evans MBE donates £50,000 to help tackle indoor air pollution
The founder of Airtopia, David Evans MBE, has shown a commitment to improving child health by generously donating £50,000 to the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child health (RCPCH) in its quest to combat indoor air pollution. The charitable donation will help support the RCPCH, as part of a working group, to study the effects... View Article
Protect your pets from pollution
The impact of pollution on humans is notoriously documented. However, information regarding the effects on our furry friends, is rarely, if ever, publicised. Polluted air can leave us at risk of developing health problems such as cardiovascular diseases and respiratory problems. Do these problems extend to our pets too?
Google Street View is now tracking your street’s pollution
Google Street View is expanding its portfolio to more than just images of your front door… they are now measuring the level of pollution on your doorstep. Initially introduced in the US in 2014, Google are now taking responsibility for monitoring air quality on the streets of London.
Is your home in one of the UK’s top 5 most polluted cities?
Nine out of ten people breathe air containing extreme levels of pollutants. This can put anyone at the risk of developing significant health problems, such as life-threatening diseases. Strokes, heart disease, lung cancer and respiratory infections are all common causes of fine-particle air pollution.