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How to Take Care of Your Air Conditioner is Very Important.

AIR CONDITIONER FILTERSThe most important maintenance task that will ensure the efficiency of your air conditioner is to routinely replace or clean its filters. Clogged, dirty filters block normal airflow and reduce a system's efficiency significantly. With normal airflow obstructed, air that bypasses the filter may carry dirt directly into the evaporator coil and impair the coil's heat-absorbing capacity. Replacing a dirty, clogged filter with a clean one can lower your air conditioner's energy consumption by 5% to 15%.For central air conditioners, filters are generally located somewhere along the return duct's length. Common filter locations are in walls, ceilings, furnaces,...

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Improve Air Quality in Your Home

Improve Air Quality in Your Home

Improve Air Quality in Your Home

Improve Air Quality in Your HomeIntroductionVentilation is ImportantWhere does indoor pollution come from?Why do we worry about indoor pollution?Further InformationIntroductionIt is easy to think that all the air pollution is produced outside our houses. Unfortunately, this not true. Around our homes are many potential pollutants. Even carpets and building materials can give off pollutants, reducing the air quality inside our homes. In some cases, concentrations of pollutants may be much higher inside our houses than in the outside air.What makes the situation worse is that we spend most of our time indoors (perhaps as much as 90%), at our homes...

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NSW will adopt air pollution standards that do not meet the levels recommended by the World Health Organisation, following a meeting of Commonwealth, state and territory environment ministers.

NSW will adopt air pollution standards that do not meet the levels recommended by the World Health Organisation, following a meeting of Commonwealth, state and territory environment ministers.

http://www.smh.com.au/environment/states-divided-as-national-clean-air-agreement-sets-thresholds-for-air-pollution-20151215-glo0gv.html NSW will adopt air pollution standards that do not meet the levels recommended by the World Health Organisation, following a meeting of Commonwealth, state and territory environment ministers.The meeting on Tuesday, to decide on a National Clean Air Agreement, saw state ministers divided on appropriate levels of coarse-particle (PM10) air pollution, resulting in the breakaway of Victoria and the ACT to adopt stricter standards than other states.Ministers also unanimously voted on standards for dangerous fine-particle (PM2.5) emissions, however standards for these will be some of the toughest in the world."Disappointing": Doctors have expressed concern at air pollution standards in...

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Air quality is a important factor

Australians consistently rank air pollution as a major environmental concern. The state of our air is an important factor in the quality of life in Australian cities. It affects the health of the community and directly influences the sustainability of our lifestyles and production methods.  The Air Quality Section of the Department of the Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts seeks to protect and improve urban air quality through national action to reduce emissions of major air pollutants. The Department's focus is on those sectors that make the greatest contributions to adverse air quality as well as those pollutants that...

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