This study aims to determine the knowledge of users in Ankara according to gender, age and educational
background, regarding the hazardous effects on human health of organic chemicals dispersed into the environment from
interior equipment elements. The study group consisted of 92 randomly-selected people. The survey, developed in line
with the aim of the study, was given to this sample. It was found that participants do not have sufficient knowledge about
the organic chemicals dispersed into the environment from interior equipment elements. It was found that young people
have less knowledge than middle-aged, and secondary-education graduates have less knowledge than higher-education
graduates. It was determined that the user’s knowledge can be increased, the use of hazardous materials in fabrication
manufacturing can be decreased, and that awareness raising activities should be conducted.