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1. Air pollution or inhalationMany chemical pollutants affect the air quality of our homes. Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) are the most numerous. These are formaldehydes found in chipboard or plywood furniture, in glues, carpets or cleaning products, they are powerful irritants classified as carcinogens. Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (in paints and varnishes), neurotoxic products classified as carcinogens, glycol ethers (in paints), toxic products which can cause reproductive disorders; and phthalates (in toys, plasticized objects and PVC floor coverings), allergens and reprotoxics.
2. Pollution by contact or ingestionLinen, bedding and hygiene products contain pesticide residues, which are potentially carcinogenic. Phthalates are also found in plasticized toys and objects (kits, etc.).
3. Electromagnetic pollutionElectrical and telecommunication installations (especially mobile phones) expose us, and even more so our children, to waves dangerous to health: risks of neurological, hormonal, immune disorders and perhaps even cancer. Read on to find out more: A healthy and ecological children's room by Corinne Bullat 19.90 euros. Editions Ullmer, Collection Habitat Ecologique, 2008 SummaryA healthy and ecological children's room?
the origin of the pollution in the room
natural, healthy or ecological materials?
the ecological approach Renovating / Building / Renovating A room for allergic children
the main sources of allergy
ensure healthy air
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