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A center of education has the enormous responsibility of ensuring the well-being of its students. Youth are more susceptible to the effects of low-quality indoor air since, they breathe more rapidly, thus absorbing more pollutants. Research shows exposure to air pollutants increases the risk of severe respiratory illnesses, such as chronic bronchitis and asthma, in young children and may cause headaches, drowsiness, and concentration loss, affecting school performance.




Bacteria, viruses, and pathogens




Shanghai, China /
Headquartered: Hong Kong


Making a concerted effort to keep their students safe was exacerbated during COVID-19, as students do not sit in one area on campus but actively move from their dorms to the cafeteria, common rooms, classrooms, and sports areas. Each indoor space demands a different measure of purification based on factors such as occupancy, size, and frequency of use.


A renovation results in numerous pollutants and as a result, associated health risks. Keeping in mind the constant flow of the students throughout a large campus, we strategically installed our purification solutions at points of vulnerability throughout the campus.