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China's remarkable economic growth in the last 30 years has come at a high cost because China is now the world’s biggest polluter.  Air pollution has made cancer China's leading cause of death, according to China's Ministry of Health.

As China becomes more developed and the overall standard of living is rising, awareness of indoor air pollution is on the increase and so is the growing voice of concerned citizens within the country.

The main purpose of this website is to inform, educate and help you.  It provides accurate, unbiased generic and specific information regarding indoor air pollution you might be exposed to, its health effects and the proven solutions available.  

We would like to encourage you to read on and then contact us should you have any questions or concerns regarding air pollution in your home, at school or the workplace.  But remember that no website can take the place of qualified and experienced specialists so, contact us should you have questions or require more information.


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