Find air purifier expensive? Here are some cheaper and greener options
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The last few days have left people of Delhi and NCR gasping for fresh and clean air. With pollution level reaching new high, it created a public health emergency, wherein many complained of burning sensation in eyes, cough and headache. While schools were shut down, general public was seen making a beeline for air purifiers and masks. But besides these, we can also protect ourselves from poor air quality through air purifying houseplants. These plants are easy to care for and are reasonably priced. For efficient air cleaning, NASA suggests, to have at least one plant per 100 square feet of home or office space. Here are some houseplants you can buy to purify the air around you.