Tag Archives: air pollution

Why Poor Communities Need Industrial and Commercial Air Filters the Most

According to a recent report by the European Environment Agency (EEA), regions in Europe with the poorest, least educated, and most unemployed communities were the hardest hit by air pollution. Worse, families in these areas can barely make ends meet just to pay for basic necessities, let alone buy air filters. Why Poorest Regions Are […]

How Commercial Air Filtration in Schools Can Help Prevent Child Obesity

Exposure to poor outdoor & indoor air quality, particularly at schools, is associated with childhood obesity. Learn how commercial air filtration systems and school air filters can help. According to a study conducted by researchers from the Barcelona Institute for Global Health (ISGlobal), children who are exposed to air pollution, particularly at school, face a […]

Using Portable Air Purifiers to Protect Heart Health

While the air quality in many parts of the United States has steadily improved over the years, home air purifiers continue to play a vital role in protecting people inside homes and buildings from the health dangers of air pollution. To be specific, a proper-strength air filter can prevent people from inhaling the microscopic particles […]

Solving Pollution-Related Deaths with Higher Air Filter Efficiency

Air pollution that affects outdoor & indoor air quality is estimated to shave 1.8 years off the average person’s lifespan. Learn how high efficiency air filters can help. According to a team of researchers, air pollution generated by the rampant burning of fossil fuels is literally shortening the average lifespan of people, taking away 1.8 […]

The Benefits of Home Air Filters for Children’s Health

It’s known that poor outdoor and indoor air quality is responsible for killing around 600,000 children each year. Learn how home air filters can help.  According to the World Health Organization (WHO), air pollution, both from indoor and outdoor sources, is responsible for approximately seven million premature deaths around the world. To protect themselves and […]

Why Is California’s Clean Car Initiative Betting Big on Green Cars?

Learn why California is betting big on green cars as part of an effort to ease dependence on commercial air filtration systems in preserving indoor air quality. As the list of cities around the world turning to commercial air filtration systems to protect air quality inside homes and buildings continues to grow, a number of […]

Why Home Air Filters May Help Prevent Dementia

Learn about a recent study linking dementia to poor outdoor and indoor air quality, and how home air filters may be a key investment in preventing its symptoms. While the most common reasons cited by people using home air filters are to prevent allergy attacks and improve/protect the respiratory health of people living in the […]

What the EPA’s Relaxed Mileage Standards Mean for the Air Purifier Industry

The air purifier industry has an opportunity to increase profits, and it’s handed to them by no less than the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). The agency is considering a rollback of vehicle emissions and fuel economy standards implemented under the Obama Administration, which placed the recommended fuel economy at 54.5 miles per gallon until […]

What Policies Can Governments Implement to Lower Pollution Levels?

Despite the tremendous efforts to make the air cleaner and safer to breathe since the 1970s, air pollution continues to be a major problem in the United States, impacting both the environment and public health. The latter is also the reason why high efficiency air filters are a much-needed addition in many homes and buildings. […]

Protecting Ourselves from Air Pollution

Buying High Efficiency Air Filtration: Is it real or a myth? The rise of commercial air filtration comes alongside increased concerns over the problem of air pollution. In 2014, the World Health Organization (WHO) reported that around 7 million people around the world (or one in eight people) died as a result of exposure to polluted […]