Sunday, July 29, 2012
These five plants Banish Toxins in Office Space
Spaces in an enclosed office is often the "home" for pollutants such as benzene, trichlorethylene, and formaldehyde. Three of these compounds present in the office equipment such as paper, tissue paper, wood panel brings acute and chronic effects to humans in it because it attacks the central nervous system.
The combination of these three compounds can cause sick building syndrome (sick building syndrome), which causes the disease legoinesellesis with symptoms of dizziness, irritation of the eyes and nose, dizzy, fatigue, and shortness of breath.
To get around the sick building syndrome, there are lots of ways, one by the presence of indoor plants. Kehadirantanaman not just help reduce pollutants, but rather to give an aesthetic touch to the room does not feel stiff and monotonous. Leaves with a unique choice of motifs and colors can add vibrant flowers of your desk.
According to research Aeronautics and Space Administration or NASA United States, at least there are 10 recommendations in the indoor plants. This time, we selected the five plants was placed in a suitable space near your desk. The fifth is the Mother in law's tounge-in-law or tongue (Sansevieria Laurentii), bamboo palm (Chamaedorea seifritzii), Pot mums or mums or chrysanthemums (Chrysanthemum morifolium), Gerbera daisy (Gerbera jamesonii) and elephant ear (Philodendron domesticum).