From the title to the subhead, Google News was a little skeptical about the idea that the “air” you’re breathing is actually air.
But what they didn’t see was the comments, many of which were critical of the carpeting and its use.
One commenter described the “green carpet” as “the most disgusting carpet I have ever seen.”
Another complained that it was not only the smell but also the “color” of the air that made it so.
Some commenters said that the carpet smelled like a “smelly dumpster fire” and that the smell was so bad that they would have to leave the house and wear masks.
Others said that they had a difficult time breathing because they were so used to breathing air that it “was like breathing oxygen.”
One person even said that she thought she would “become a zombie” if she lived near the carpet.
The comments came in response to an article published by the American Chemical Society in April 2016 titled “What Is the Environmental Impact of Commercial and Industrial Cleaning?”
It describes a study that compared air quality in the United States to air quality around the world and concluded that the air in the U.S. is better than the air around the rest of the world, including Canada.
“The study found that the United Kingdom’s national average annual average daily ozone concentration was 6.9 times lower than that of the United Nations’ standard for a safe level, and the United Arab Emirates’ average annual ozone concentration is 6.7 times lower,” the article said.
“The study also found that pollution in the European Union was only 5 times higher than in the EU.”
It went on to describe how the carpeted areas around the United states had to be made from a synthetic material that was “slightly cheaper” than the “traditional carpeting” and “somewhat softer and more breathable.”””
There are people who can’t even live in the house anymore, let alone breathe.”
It went on to describe how the carpeted areas around the United states had to be made from a synthetic material that was “slightly cheaper” than the “traditional carpeting” and “somewhat softer and more breathable.”
“The carpet is a cheap, environmentally-friendly alternative to the traditional carpeting used in many homes in the country,” the authors of the study wrote.
“However, while it may be less expensive than the traditional, it is still a lot more expensive than air pollution, which is causing many Americans to have health problems and to die prematurely.”
To avoid air pollution from these residential surfaces, the United State should make carpeting available as a choice of the home, rather than as a luxury item.
” It continued, “The carpeting itself is not harmful to the environment, as there is NO CO2 in the air and NO emissions of hazardous pollutants.
It can be used for several purposes, including as a replacement for traditional carpet or for a substitute for traditional or synthetic carpets.
“For example, it can be incorporated into walls to create a more comfortable and aesthetically pleasing look.
The natural fibers in the carpet can also be used to make cushions for children or for people with respiratory problems.”
In addition, it has the potential to replace other carpeting that is more expensive or not as effective.
In the future, it may also be a replacement material for other household items.
“The study concludes that the use of carpeting could have a significant impact on global greenhouse gas emissions, particularly if we assume that it is used in buildings with large volumes of natural gas emissions.
The APS study is a joint collaboration between the University of California, Berkeley, the Natural Resources Defense Council, and APS.