How is the Air Quality in Houston?
Houston air quality exceeded the WHO annual limits on over one-third of days in 2020. Houston’s air quality averaged over four times the daily recommended limit of dangerous PM 2.5 pollutants on its worse day in 2020.
37% Of Days in Houston More Polluted Than WHO Target
Houston’s daily air quality levels exceeded the World Health Organization (WHO) annual limit on 37% of days in 2020. Some days in Houston saw air pollution levels, reaching “very unhealthy” levels, far above safe air quality levels.
Current Air Quality in Houston
Houston Air Pollution: The Negative Health Effects
Studies have shown that PM2.5 raises blood pressure, inflammation, and rates of heart attacks and strokes.
WATCH: Why Is PM2.5 So Harmful to Us?
Subscribe to Smart Air on YouTube
Protect Your Health in Houston
Despite the harms of PM2.5, placebo-controlled studies of air purifiers have found that removing particulate in the home has positive effects on blood pressure, inflammation, and immune response.
Smart Air provides the world’s most cost-effective, data backed air purifiers to help air-breathers protect themselves and their family. Smart Air is a certified B Corp founded to publicize the simple science behind air purifiers and masks, thereby lowering the cost of breathing clean air.
Check out the cost-effective Ladakh Mini air purifier »