On 21 June, Clean Air Day (CAD) will see local schools, hospitals, workplaces and communities across the UK run events and inspire people to act for their own health and the health of local children.
Air pollution causes many illnesses such as heart disease and worsens illnesses such as asthma, as well as being associated with dementia. Whilst air that we breathe out and about can damage us, the quality of air within our homes can be harmful too.
The health burden of air pollution is completely unnecessary and Clean Air Day is all about giving everyone the tools and inspiration to reduce pollution now.
Titon is supporting the day through continuing to raise awareness of indoor and outdoor air quality and our staff are making their pledges by walking or cycling to work or changing their weekly work pattern. Everybody can have a positive impact on air quality and we would like to everyone to understand what they can do to reduce air pollution, and limit its impact on their health and that of others.
The core nature of our business is about improving overall indoor air quality and our ventilation range includes a wide variety of products which are effective in reducing pollutants in the home, improving Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) and reducing the risk of Toxic Home Syndrome.
21 June will be a day of practical action and awareness-raising, so we can all breathe a little bit easier.
All the information on how to get involved in Clean Air Day is available from the Clean Air Day website www.cleanairday.org.uk