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Poorest areas also most polluted

How Is The Air Quality In Yor Home

A study has found that low income families live near areas that are involved in industries with the highest pollutants. These residents have pre-existing conditions like stress, malnutrition, diabetes and poor dental care. This places them more at risk because of the low quality of air that they breathe. Not to mention the pollutants that cause more challenging health issues like cancer and other reproductive disorders.

This study was led by PollutionWatch, and it was managed for two years. It spearheaded one of the most detailed and thorough examinations of pollution in Canada.

The research cross-referenced the federal data on households and industrial emissions. This helped them determine the correlation between pollution and poverty in Great Lakes Basin. They found that the very young and the very old are susceptible to pollution.

"There is no excuse anymore," said co-author Jennifer Foulds. "Pollution reduction has been on the agenda for a long time now ... Now is the time to cut back on the releases of cancer-causing substances and reduce pollution. It is time to make a difference."

Air pollution in Ontario is responsible for 9,500 premature deaths annually. The results of the study will pave way for a definite change. It will facilitate a new structure for the government especially in planning programs for poverty, land usage and pollution.

Fe de Leon, a researcher from the Canadian Environmental Law Association, partnered with Foulds to release the findings. De Leon said, "It is about action, about accountability. The people who are vulnerable to those impacts may not be at the table talking to decision makers."

The findings made use of the data covered in 2005. This includes the 9,000 companies that reported their air emissions to the National Pollutant Release Inventory. This federal sector monitors the industrial releases in the three major bodies: air, water, and land. It requires the companies to disclose all information about the 367 substances used, with a headcount of 10 or more regular employees.

"We need prevention," said De Leon. "When you talk about children's exposure to chemicals, the reality is you need to prevent the pollution in the first place."

This statement has a great impact on families. A greater responsibility awaits everyone. Preventing pollution might be a tricky task. The main point is not complete eradication but at the very least, certain prevention. There are different actions that can be taken to make this possible. The easiest of all, starts at home.

If you're wondering what it is, it is simply air duct cleaning. There are companies who can render these services if you are particular about home pollution and indoor air quality. If you don't have a company in mind, Canaduct cleaning services is one of the leading companies when it comes to air duct cleaning. We have capable staff that can work in an outstanding manner while taking note of your needs. We understand that cleaning the ducts is important to you and to your family.

We want to provide you the cleanest and healthiest home environment as soon as possible. If you want to book us now or if you have more questions simply call us here: 416-410-3777.

 

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"I noticed a difference..." - 5 out of 5 stars

I don't usually write these, but I just had to take a minute to say thank you. I had an appointment with Canaduct last week. Almost immediately after they left my home, I noticed a difference, particularly in my air. It has really improved! I cannot thank you enough for all of the hard work, and of course, the amazing results.

Hilary Lawrence, Toronto (Ontario), May 29, 2014


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We had our ducts cleaned last week and the results are amazing. It has really improved the air in our home. Plus, there seems to be less dust hanging around. We are so thrilled with the positive changes to our home. We wanted to say thank you very much to Canaduct for everything. We really do appreciate it.

Benjamin and Christie Wilcox, Vaughan (Ontario), April 26, 2014


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The entire family has noticed a difference in our home since the visit from Canaduct. Our youngest daughter was coughing a lot, but it already her cough has improved. We are all very pleased with the quality of work that was done. Thank you for everything that you have done.

Bhatia Family, Toronto (Ontario), April 22, 2014


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A massive thank you to everyone at Canaduct. The day of, they came by on time, did a great job, and had a professional attitude. Since then, my home is better than ever. I have found that air is cleaner...and I can breathe a little easier now! From start to finish, things were done well. I am glad that I chose Canaduct to take care of my home.

Jake Stevens, Toronto (Ontario), April 9, 2014