CAMFIL MD PKSV SAGAR SPEAKS ON THE EFFECTS OF AIR POLLUTION AND ITS EFFECTS ON THE PLANET’S SURVIVAL

Date: 
Tuesday, November 7, 2017

“Recent international and local studies state that Indian cities are facing an increasing air pollution crisis; with toxic air exposure levels being anywhere 4 to 12 times the safe limit. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), exposure to air pollution is the biggest single environmental risk to human health. Today, over 50% of the world’s population lives in cities, a proportion to increase in coming years. On an average, we breathe up to 15 kg of air per day, with more than 25 million particles each day, exposing us to countless health-endangering particles and gases.” says PKSV Sagar, Managing Director of Swedish Air filtration product manufacturer, Camfil.

Camfil is a global supplier to many of equipment providers serving the pharmaceutical industry by supplying and developing high-efficiency filters, containment and testing apparatus to optimize the effective functionality of the equipment utilized today. This company also provides public awareness on indoor air quality and filters that cater to such requirements.

Click here and here to read some articles on air pollution and on the company’s role to fight against it.

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