Improving Air Quality in Public Transportation
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- Public transportation inherently has a high people density with poor air quality due to contaminants generated from inside and outside the bus
- High efficiency filtration is needed to remove contaminants from the air occupants breathe inside the bus, whether the vehicle is zero emission, diesel or gas powered
- Transit agencies have proven that high efficiency air filtration can be added to buses while maintaining excellent airflow by using continuously charged electrostatic MERV-13 equivalent filtration
- Benefits of improving air quality in public transportation go beyond the health and safety of riders and operators, including operator hiring and retention, energy savings, reduced landfill waste and enhanced sustainability
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