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Air quality

Airthings believes everyone should care about the air they breathe. Understanding and controlling common pollutants indoors can help reduce your risk of indoor health concerns.

Radon is an invisible gas formed in the Earth’s crust. It surrounds every one of us as part of the air we breathe.

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Total Volatile Organic Compounds are any emitted gases coming from toxins and chemicals.

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CO2 is a greenhouse gas that can be dangerous to your health in high quantities

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Press

Airthings Wave Plus review: real-time radon detection is this all-purpose air quality monitor's best feature

NOV 16 2018 - TECH HIVE - This second-generation sensor is no better than the first when it comes to detecting radon, but it will track other pollutants in your home's air, too.

Airthings wants you to measure the radon in your house

JAN 4 2017 - TECH CRUNCH - Norwegian company Airthings wants to add Radon to the list of things you constantly monitor for, with the Wave radon detector.

OCT 4 2017 - THE MEMO

This cute glowing radon sensor could save your life

NOV 21 2019 - TIME MAGAZINE

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SEPT 11 2019 - READER'S DIGEST

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Radon map

Thousands of Radon sensors across the world, broken down by location. See your region's approximate risk level.

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Thousands of Radon sensors across the world, broken down by location. See your region's approximate risk level.

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