|Children’s physical and cognitive health is at serious risk from exposure to indoor air pollution. A typical elementary-aged child in the US spends 940 hours a year in class rooms that can have pollution levels well above WHO limits. Blueair calls on school authorities and stakeholders to make creating the best learning environment a top priority.|
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London schools improve results and reduce sick leave among children and staff after installation of air purifiers
Press releases • Sep 19, 2019 09:27 UTC
A survey of teachers and staff at three London schools one year after the installation of Blueair air purifiers, show that improving classroom air quality can have a major effect on the health and learning of children.
Press releases • Sep 17, 2018 08:29 UTC
Over 50 schools in London have been identified as suffering from harmful levels of air pollution in a recent School Air Quality Audit Report by the Mayor of London. As a result of the audit, Christopher Hatton Primary School in Camden contacted Swedish company Blueair to donate an air purifier for each of their classrooms which has already led to a reduction in the pollution levels by up to 96%.
Blueair air purifiers effective in real-world nursery environment according to Mayor of London trial
Press releases • Feb 26, 2020 17:41 UTC
A 6-month study across nursery schools in London, commissioned by the London Mayor, released today show that Blueair air purifiers have demonstrated a “positive impact on the nursery indoor air quality reducing PM2.5 and in some cases NO2”. London Mayor also called on the British government to urgently bring in industry performance and design standards for air filtration systems.
Blueair partners with UK Child Health Academy to train healthcare professionals on indoor air pollution
Press releases • May 13, 2020 10:04 UTC
Swedish Blueair, designing air purifiers to create the safest environment for children to develop and grow, has joined forces with the Child Health Academy to educate British paediatricians, GPs, nurses and midwives on the impact of indoor air pollution on the health and development of children. This CPD educational programme, the first of its kind, is also designed to help HCPs advice parents.
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A survey of teachers and staff at three London primary schools, after the installation of air purifiers, shows that improving classroom air quality has a major effect on the health, learning and focus of children.