Sucking polluted air out of car parks can lead to significant reductions in the presence of deadly fine particles in the atmosphere, says a Dutch company. It has joined forces with university researchers to simulate how mobile air purification units could help car parks and municipal buildings act as ”lungs of the city”. Jim Drury reports.
Putting air purification systems in underground car parks could greatly reduce the release of deadly fine dust in surrounding areas.
So says Dutch firm ENS technology, whose capture system turns fine dust in the air into harmless coarse dust that won’t get in our lungs.
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