Indoor air pollution
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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 • Oct 25, 2019 05:46 UTC
United Family Healthcare, a leading hospital group in China, has chosen Blueair air purifiers for its new Pediatric Clinic in Shanghai, making Shanghai United Family Hospital the first hospital in China to ensure clean air for patients and staff.
Press releases • Nov 12, 2018 07:10 UTC
Swedish Blueair is once again recognized for its pioneering air purification technology, HEPASilent™, which delivers more clean air at a faster rate, at lower noise levels and with less energy consumption. Already rated “Best-in-Test” by Testfakta, Blueair Classic 405 air purifier is awarded “Best-Buy” by leading UK consumer organisation Which?
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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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Blog posts • Sep 19, 2014 11:39 UTC
The European Respiratory Society (ERS) and European Lung Foundation (ELF) recently launched their inaugural Healthy Lungs for Life campaign with the theme: Breathe Clean Air.
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Documents • Feb 26, 2020 17:41 UTC
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.
Documents • Jun 04, 2018 09:37 UTC
Due to their small size, airborne microplastics can be inhaled and may induce a wide range of diseases including respiratory and cardiovascular diseases as well as cancer. Action is needed as research proves that our indoor air is particularly affected.
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”.