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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.
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.
Press releases • Feb 01, 2020 11:12 UTC
The HEPASilent™ technology used in all Blueair air purifiers successfully capture 99.97% of airborne particles such as viruses and bacteria”, says Blueair CTO Daniel Johansson, adding that the Blueair Classic 280i remove the most common bacteria and viruses including H1N1 A/PR8/34 with a clearance rate of over 99.99%, as well as Staphylococcus aureus, Escherichia coli and Aspergillus
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News • Oct 30, 2016 12:16 UTC
Air quality in Delhi, the Indian capital, reached ‘severe’ levels this weekend prompting the Ministry of Earth Sciences to issue a health warning and urge citizens to take immediate precautionary measures.
Blueair Publishes New White Paper Helping Consumers Stay Healthy As Climate Change Impacts Indoor Air Quality
News • Apr 08, 2016 11:16 UTC
Scientific evidence points to an increase in the number of cases of infectious, respiratory, and cardiovascular diseases resulting from climate change. Will climate change affect you? And what can you do to stay healthy? Blueair offers some answers...
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Documents • Apr 17, 2018 07:25 UTC
Climate change and air pollution makes the pollen season longer and more intense resulting in rising health care costs, reduced working capacity and absence from work due to illness and/or care of children affected by pollen allergies. To reduce the global burden of pollen allergies, monitoring and control of air quality standards at schools and workplaces are needed.
Documents • Feb 07, 2018 19:41 UTC
To encourage government and business to tackle air pollution, the world's biggest threat to human health, the UN must add a Sustainable Development Goal on “Clean Air”.