How can we prevent air pollution

Air pollution solutions

did you know that?

The risk of lung cancer is 20% higher in people who live in places with high levels of air pollution.

Outdoor air pollution is the cause of over 3.5 million deaths worldwide each year.

50% of the outdoor air pollution occurring today can be traced back to road traffic.

Over 1 million people die every year from air pollution-related chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, COPD

Every person breathes in approx. 20,000 liters of air every day. The more polluted the air, the more dangerous substances we breathe.

Health effects of air pollution

Inhaled air pollutants have serious health effects because they affect the lungs and respiratory system; they are absorbed by the blood and pumped throughout the body.

The pollutants in the air include: gaseous pollutants, odors, dust, exhaust gases, vapors and smoke. Their concentration in and near urban areas is the main cause of severe environmental and air pollution.

Air pollution is a man-made problem. Industrialization and growing road, freight and air traffic are the main sources of increasing air pollution. Depending on their origin and interaction with other air particles, these pollutants can have different effects on our health.

The air we breathe affects every part of our body. Inhaling harmful substances can immediately cause shortness of breath and irritation of the nose and throat. People who suffer from allergies and asthma are particularly affected by these problems. In addition, polluted air can exacerbate health problems for the chronically ill or the elderly. In fact, some pollutants are so dangerous that they can cause cancer, birth defects, nerve and lung damage if exposed for long periods of time.

While we can do something about the poor indoor air quality, the problem of outdoor air pollution is so complex that we can only intervene to a limited extent. But everyone can make a small contribution to its solution. After all, it is up to all of us to make the air we breathe healthy for everyone.
By using an air purifier, over 99.97% of the pollutants can be removed. An effective air purification system can remove harmful particles as small as 0.3 microns. By removing pollutants from indoor air, we can significantly reduce health risks and thus improve our health.


Germs and viruses

Floating dust


Dust mites from furniture and carpets

Pet dander

Pollutants from ventilation systems

Tobacco smoke and other unpleasant smells


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