About Volatile Organic Compounds
Where do we start? Unregulated quality, toxins from plastics, drastic pollution, transport issues and the outrageous cost are just some of the problems. You can do better.
Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) are emitted from certain solids or liquids, such as paints and lacquers, cleaning supplies, pesticides, building materials, office equipment, permanent markers, and glues and adhesives. Because these items are
most commonly stored and used inside the home, VOCs tend to be 2-5 times higher indoors, than out. VOCs can cause serious health complications, and some are known carcinogens.
VOCs may enter New Jersey water sources in many different ways, though high concentrations found near wells or surface water is most often the culprit. Sometimes, however, it is impossible to determine the source of VOC contamination, so it
is often more time efficient and cost effective to remove VOCs from within the home.