Just like outdoor air pollution, indoor air pollution can pose a risk to health. As we spend much time in our homes, it is important that the air is as clean as possible. Indoor air pollution can come from sources outside the home, such as emissions from transport or smoke from neighbouring wood heaters, and from sources within homes.
For more information on wood-burning heaters, unflued gas heaters, mould or ozone generators, please visit our section on
air quality fact sheets.
For information related to air quality in the workplace, please see
WorkCover NSW or
Safe Work Australia.