Indoor Air Pollution
Has a New Enemy
RICHMOND, VA – February
23, 2004 – 87% of homeowners don’t know it exists,
yet the EPA calls it one of the top 5 risks to public health.
Air Pollution” and it costs American families millions
of dollars every year in medical care and missed work. A new
product, called air health™, promises to aid in the
fight against indoor air pollution and is now available in
South Carolina Home Depot stores.
air health is a unique,
new product that uses ultraviolet light to attack airborne
invaders such as mold, bacteria and viruses. It installs in
the central heating and cooling system where it works 24/7
to sanitize the air in the entire home. Hospitals, schools
and other institutions have used the technology for years.
Now, it’s available for the do-it-yourselfer in an affordable,
easy to install package.
"Indoor air pollution
is becoming a major concern for home owners,” says Joe
Jankosky, President, Home Health Products LLC. “air health
can provide an inexpensive way to fight back against allergies,
asthma and mold…making the air we breathe cleaner and
According to Richard Riley,
M.D., "Ultraviolet radiation, properly integrated with
heating, ventilating, and air conditioning systems, shows
the most promise as a widely applicable means of air disinfection.
The process of ultraviolet purification has been proven effective
in hospitals, schools, day care centers, restaurants and hotels
and is now available for the homeowner.”
For more information about
air health UV home air sanitizer or indoor air pollution,
contact Home Health Products, LLC at 866.765.1587 or visit
the web site at www.airhealth.com.