Nov. 2013. The National Research Council (CSIC) and Zonair3D have signed a partnership agreement in order to improve the quality of indoor air.
Urban air pollution is a corroborated risk to human health. In this framework, CSIC and ZONAIR3D have signed a cooperation agreement with the aim of improving the quality of indoor air by using ZONAIR3D pure air technology: BUBBLE | PURE PURE AIR and PURE AIR CONTROL.
This technology features a filtration particles system and a gases reduction system (GRSystem | Zonair3D) which allows to get purified air 99,95% free from pollutant particles and with greenhouse gases reduction at comfort levels.
Recently it has been found that air pollution is a threat that affects neurological development and behavioral patterns in children.
In this scenario, ZONAIR3D and CSIC have established a collaboration that begins with the BREATHE Project which will work on reducing the impact of air pollutant exposure of children in school settings.
BREATHE , promoted by CSIC and CREAL (Center for Research in Environmental Epidemiology), one of the bodies responsible for promoting and developing advanced epidemiological research on environmental factors that affect health, born aimed at studying the impact of environment pollution in the cities on the cognitive development of children.