Breathing Air Articles

  • Air pollution in China disrupts flights

    You know you have a problem when the smog gets so bad even airplanes can’t land safely anymore. This is what happened last month, when an airplane coming from Japan had close to zero visibility as it was trying to land in Beijing. There was thick smog blanketing the ...


    By Allerair Industries

  • London’s reliance on diesel triggers re-emergence of an old enemy: smog

    It’s Christmastime on Oxford Street. Brilliant displays of white lights rain from above. Decked-out shoppers dash from one gaudy sale to the next. And Johnny Conquest breathes in poison. “The air is horrible. The taxis stop right here, and when they take off, boom, you can taste it,” says the 67-year-old as the heavenly smell of the caramel peanuts he hawks from a humble street ...


    By Camfil Ltd

  • Breathe easy: The importance of emission reduction and energy efficiency

    Breathe easy Blue oil mist is an unwelcome by-product of industrial work in the energy sector. contec specialises in high-powered, energy efficient and environmentally friendly oil mist filtration systems that reduce health risks and are an inexpensive alternative to traditional exhaust piping. The high concentrations of blue oil mist produced by industrial ...

  • An Introduction To Downdraft Benches

    Pollution is a common factor in today’s environment and it is vital to find a system that will help to maintain cleanliness and hygiene. Not only will a system like this help us in personal activities, but will also do the society a huge favor. The only way to achieve this goal of maintaining a pollution-free and environmentally friendly environment is with downdraft benches. ...


    By ProVent, LLC

  • Quality compressed breathing air really is a matter of life and death

    When some of the Analox team visited West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service it became even more apparent how important it is to undertake accurate and consistent checks on breathing apparatus. We were shown training facilities where firefighters are put in real-life situations in order to equip them with the experience to deal with whatever ...


    By Analox Sensor Technology

  • Hong Kong Hospital Authority selects IQAir filtration systems for the fight against SARS

    In February of 2003, newspapers began reporting a rapidly spreading atypical pneumonia. Now identified as severe acute respiratory syndrome or SARS, this highly contagious condition is caused by a new coronavirus for which there is no specific antiviral treatment. While the epicentre of the outbreak was China, the disease spread quickly across Asia and to North America (especially Canada) with a ...


    By Commercial Air Filtration

  • An Introduction To Downdraft Benches

    Pollution is a common factor in today’s environment and it is vital to find a system that will help to maintain cleanliness and hygiene. Not only will a system like this help us in personal activities, but will also do the society a huge favor. The only way to achieve this goal of maintaining a pollution-free and environmentally friendly environment is with downdraft benches. ...


    By ProVent, LLC

  • EEA Signals 2013 - Every breath we take

    Linking science, policy and the public The atmosphere, weather patterns and seasonal variations have long been an object of fascination and observation. In the 4th century B.C., Aristotle’s treatise Meteorology compiled the great philosopher’s observations not only on the weather patterns, but on earth sciences in general. Until the 17th century, air symbolised ...

  • NJDEP Vapor Intrusion Regulatory Changes: A Breath of Fresh Air

    On January 16, 2013, NJDEP released an update to its Vapor Intrusion Technical Guidance and updated its Vapor Intrusion Screening Levels. Screening levels are notably less stringent for a number of compounds, which have many of our clients sighing in relief.  For example, for tetrachloroethene (“PCE” or “PERC”) the groundwater screening level has been raised from 1 ...

  • What is a Breathing or Respiratory Zone?

    In the past, vehicle exhaust gas detectors have been installed on or near the ceiling. In contrary, Critical Environment Technologies Canada Inc. (CETCI) has always recommended that they be installed in the breathing zone. Recently, Quebec’s regulation has reinforced CETCI’s recommendations. It states that “dusts, gases, fumes, vapours and mists found in the workplace ...

  • PFC Pollution in the office environment

    A new study suggests that exposure to chemical pollution could be a particular problem in the office environment. Researchers in the United States have found a link between Polyfluorinated Compounds (PFCs) in the air of a number of offices and their presence in the blood of the people working there. Polyfluorinated Compounds are water and stain-resistant and they have been used for many ...


    By Commercial Air Filtration

  • Know the Air You’re Breathing

    How concerned are you about your health? Have you ever tried to lose weight, eat healthy, and be active in order to prevent or eliminate any health risks? If so, you’ve left out one critical factor, AIR. Yes, you read it right; it’s the air that you breathe. All these factors contribute to your health and wellbeing. In order to be healthy, you need take control to eliminate or ...

  • Urban vulnerabilities: think simple

    Noting the signals coming from the community of complex critical infrastructures management indicating, on the one hand, a definite preoccupation with identifying and properly characterising system vulnerabilities and, on the other hand, a dissatisfaction with (generally) expert capabilities to provide the effective ways and means sought, this paper submits that contributing to the situation is ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Every breath you take — air quality in Europe

    The characters in this story are fictional. However the data are real. The story is set on 27 July 2008 when an air quality warning was issued in Brussels. Anna is 37 years old and lives in the centre of Brussels. She and her young son Johan are planning a trip outside the busy city. Anna suffers from asthma and her doctor has warned of the dangers of air pollution, especially on hot summer days. ...

  • Evaluation of dustfall in the air of yazd

    Humar can not live without breathing air. Humar needs air even more than water and food. Average amount of air breathing by an adult is 15 kg in 24 hours while water and food using by adult is 2.5 and 1.5 kg. To consider how important of air, it is enough to know that people can continue to live without food for 5 weeks and without water for 5 days but without air can not continue to live more ...


    By University of Tehran

  • Designing Cities for People

    As I was being driven through Tel Aviv from my hotel to a conference center a few years ago, I could not help but note the overwhelming presence of cars and parking lots. Tel Aviv, expanding from a small settlement a half-century ago to a city of some 3 million today, evolved during the automobile era. It occurred to me that the ratio of parks to parking lots may be the best single indicator of ...


    By Earth Policy Institute

  • A Breath of Fresh Air for Your

    As the full effect of the Federal Clean Air Act (CAA) Amendments continue to impact today’s industry, many companies will be required to install new or additional air pollution control equipment.  With over two decades of proven success, catalytic oxidation is a popular method for controlling volatile organic compound (VOC) emissions.During the past 25 years, industry has made progress in ...


    By The CMM Group, LLC

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