indoor air quality products

Indoor Air Quality Products

How we build our indoor environments has a big impact on ability to live sustainable lives. Check out these indoor air quality products and service resources you can get behind on your road to reducing your indoor air pollution through through conscious consumerism.

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Thank you for visiting the Indoor Air Quality portion of being a Conscious Consumer. 

If you have been reading up on why reducing indoor air pollution is important on my Indoor Air Pollution page, and you wish to learn what indoor air quality products or services you can use to reduce your indoor air pollution, then congratulations!  You’re making strides to reducing your eco and carbon footprints and towards living a more sustainable lifestyle!

Keep going and check out the products and services resources I have provided for you below.  Just click on a  category.  New resources will be continually be added, so if you don’t find anything you like at this point, please keep coming back.

Friendly reminder:  some product or service links  may contain an affiliate link, so I may receive a commission when you click a link and make a purchase.  This is at no cost to you, however.


Here are hard-working, U.S. and international 3rd party product certifying organizations that take a lot of the sustainable-buying guesswork out of your purchasing!  Look for their labels when you make your next purchase!

Click on each logo to see their certified product listings that hold with their mission to make the planet a sustainable place to live. 

Managed by Greenguard Environmental Institute (GEI), Greenguard is a certification program founded to improve indoor air quality and reduce chemical exposure from furniture and building products to promote safe and sustainable living and working environments.   Read more about Greenguard.

A non-profit organization, Green Seal, acts as an eco-label those thousands of products and over 450 services that meet its strict criteria for human and environmental health standards. Read more about Green Seal.

FloorScore is an independent certification program to certify hard surface flooring materials, adhesives, and underlays meet indoor environmental air quality standards.  Read more about FloorScore.

Cradle to Cradle is a global non-profit that is, “dedicated to transforming the safety, health and sustainability of products through the Cradle to Cradle Certified Product Standard.”  Read more about the Cradle to Cradle Products Innovation Institute.

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