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Clean air

Sustainable development technologies to reduce the level of atmospheric air pollution

Purifies the air, maintains temperature, humidity and CO2
Manages air quality and controls the costs of housing and communal services
Energy-efficient building ventilation systems
Experts in the field of air sterilization and ventilation
  • Anil Mehta
    Professor of mechanical Engineering at the University of California, Berkeley. He is an expert in the field of air quality and ventilation, and his research focuses on the development of new technologies to improve indoor air quality.
  • David Spengler
    Professor of Environmental Sciences at the Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health. He is an expert in indoor air quality and impact assessment, and his research focuses on the health effects of air pollution.
  • Eric Frank
    Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Stanford University. He is an expert in the field of air quality and ventilation, and his research focuses on the development of new technologies to improve indoor air quality.
  • John Spengler
    Professor of Environmental Sciences at the Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health. He is an expert in indoor air quality and impact assessment, and his research focuses on the health effects of air pollution.
  • Michael Jarrett
    Professor of Environmental Sciences at the University of California, Berkeley. He is an expert in air quality and epidemiology, and his research focuses on the health effects of air pollution.
  • Richard Corsi
    Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of California, Irvine. He is an expert in the field of air quality and ventilation, and his research focuses on the development of new technologies to improve indoor air quality.
  • Stephen Holgate
    Professor of Respiratory Medicine at the University of Southampton. He is an expert in the field of air pollution and asthma, and his research focuses on the effects of air pollution on health.
  • Timothy G. O'Rourke
    Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Notre Dame. He is an expert in the field of air quality and ventilation, and his research focuses on the development of new technologies to improve indoor air quality.
  • William Nazaroff
    Professor of environmental engineering at the University of California, Berkeley. He is an expert in air quality and impact assessment, and his research focuses on developing new technologies to improve indoor air quality.
Sustainable development technologies play an important role in solving the problem of atmospheric air pollution. Along with the growth of urban development and industrialization, air quality is becoming an increasingly urgent problem affecting human health and the environment. However, thanks to the development of new technologies, we can reduce the level of atmospheric air pollution and create a cleaner and healthier environment for life.

One of the key technologies contributing to the reduction of atmospheric air pollution is smart supply ventilation. Traditional ventilation systems provide air circulation in buildings, but they can also pass polluted air from the outside. Smart supply ventilation solves this problem by controlling the air quality and ensuring its filtration before entering the room. This is achieved through the use of sensors that monitor pollution levels and regulate the operation of the ventilation system. Thus, smart supply ventilation helps to reduce the level of atmospheric air pollution inside buildings and provide a healthy atmosphere for residents.

Another promising technology is ventilation systems based on nanomaterials. Nanomaterials have unique properties that allow them to filter pollution more efficiently and energy-efficiently. They can capture the smallest particles of air pollution, such as toxic gases and heavy metals, and detain them, preventing them from entering the room. This allows you to create cleaner and safer air inside the building. Ventilation systems based on nanomaterials also have low energy consumption, which helps to reduce energy consumption and reduce the negative impact on the environment. This makes them environmentally efficient and sustainable options for providing high-quality ventilation in buildings.

Thanks to the use of nanomaterials, ventilation systems become more effective in cleaning the air from harmful impurities. They are able to remove even the smallest particles of pollution, including toxic substances and allergens, which significantly improves indoor air quality. This is especially important for people suffering from allergies and respiratory diseases.
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