Testing for lead in your home or office

Have you ever tested your air quality?
Are there lead particles in the air at your home or office?

Let’s start with the good news. Lead poisoning can be prevented.

Although lead can be found throughout our environment and can negatively impact our health, federal regulatory standards have helped to reduce its prevalence in air, drinking water, food and occupational settings. Plus, there are now simple ways to test for it, including the yogi air quality test kit.

Lead in indoor air can result from:

  • Being located close to and breathing air around manufacturing and waste plants
  • Frequent use of surfaces containing old lead paint (window frames)
  • Dust on clothing worn at a job where lead is present
  • Bringing lead contaminated soil inside
  • Building repair activities
  • Wildfires

Home lead assessment test kit

Lead exposure in children has been linked to learning disabilities, ADHD and lower IQ scores. The Journal of the American Medical Association suggests that lead exposure in childhood can negatively impact IQ scores for decades, while others cite exposure to this neurotoxin is linked to an increase in aggressive behavior and crime.

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has found that indoor air quality can be a real health hazard, with up to 100 times more pollutants than outdoor air. To determine if lead is present in the household air you breathe, choose the yogi.

yogi lead testing (& more!)

In addition to lead, the easy DIY yogi home air quality assessment kit provides you with confidential results from an accredited lab for:

yogi do it yourself home air and water testing instrument

If you’re ready to start your journey to environmental enlightenment, we’re here to help. What are you waiting for?

For more info on the harmful effects of lead and how to prevent them, visit the EPA lead website.