Ten key points of preventing decoration pollution

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After the decoration of the new house, because the indoor air quality exceeds the national standard, it is easy to pose a threat to health and even cause cancer. Therefore, we should be alert to light decoration and try to be simple, especially in children's rooms. As children are growing up, their resistance is relatively weak and they are more vulnerable to pollution. For this reason, environmental protection experts put forward the following ten suggestions:

1. During the decoration design, the pre evaluation method of indoor air quality should be used to predict the concentration of harmful substances released in the indoor environment after decoration, and a certain floating space for the release should be reserved. Because even if the indoor environment after decoration meets the standard, after placing furniture, furniture will also release a certain amount of indoor environmental pollutants

2. Select decoration materials that meet the limit of harmful substances

3. Environmental friendly materials should also be used as auxiliary materials in construction, such as waterproof coating, adhesive, paint solvent, putty powder, etc

4. Advocate simple decoration and minimize the use of materials and construction

5. It is better not to stick wallpaper in the room

6. Do not use natural stones, such as marble and granite, which are the main cause of indoor radon pollution

7. The paint and coating of children's room should preferably be water-based; Don't choose too bright colors. The brighter the paint and coating, the higher the content of heavy metals. These heavy metals are easy to cause lead and mercury poisoning in contact with children

8. Sign an environmental protection decoration contract with the decoration company, in which the construction party is required to provide an indoor environmental testing report stamped with CMA when the project is completed

9. Solid wood furniture is the best choice for furniture, and the furniture paint is preferably water-based. When purchasing, it depends on whether there is an environmental protection test report

10. Do not pave plastic floors. Some foamed plastic products (similar to slipper materials) on the market, such as floor puzzles, will release a large amount of volatile organic substances, which will affect children's health





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