Indoor air pollution is one of the top four identified environmental health risks. One of the biggest differences between traditional vacuum cleaners and General vacuum systems lies in recycling the dust. A Regular Vacuum System throws back minute dust mites, pollen, animal dander, and other allergy-causing agents back into the same atmosphere. In fact, while the first blow the dust back into the atmosphere, the second removes it totally, transporting it through pipes in chases to the room where it is collected in the central unit, therefore guaranteeing total cleanliness of the environment and efficiently removing bed bugs and particles of micro-dust. Inside the central unit, the dust is filtered by special polyester filters, and then the clean air is blown out. The dust doesn’t come into contact with the user. Doctors recommend allergic individuals to abstain from using the conventional vacuum or leave the area where the vacuuming is being done. It is proven that there is an increased relief from allergy on the usage of Central Vacuum Systems in lieu of the conventional ones.