Indoor air quality is a complicated issue, dependent on a variety of factors, from construction materials to ventilation. Aside from consideration of the outdoor air quality, the air inside of a house runs the risk of concentration and stagnation. Using houseplants to mitigate these factors has been supported by a NASA study, but is not currently endorsed by the EPA. To summarize, houseplants may help, but should not be considered a final solution.
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