Air pollution is one of the major threats posed to our environment. Exhaust fumes from cars, pollution from factories, the use of coal, as well as urbanisation and population growth all add to the creation of smog. This problem is most felt in developing countries such as China and India where the levels of air pollution exceed thresholds set by the WHO almost on a daily basis. However, air pollution is no longer confined to these countries, as the US and the UK, as well as other European countries are experiencing unsafe levels of air pollution that can be tied to public health issues such as respiratory and heart diseases. Even though many countries have policies in place to reduce the levels of air pollution, this still remains a problem that will persist for the next 10-20 years. Due to this, wearing a pollution mask is the best way to protect the population on an individual level. This is necessary to ensure public health as it filters the harmful airborne particles.
Cambridge Mask Co. provides the best protection for you and your family. Based in Cambridge, UK and Beijing, China, Cambridge Mask Co. ensures protection that is suitable for both the pollution in China and the pollution in the UK or London in particular. This is because of its triple layer filtration system. The first two layers filter out pollution particles prevalent in China such as PM10 and PM2.5, as well as ozone and nitrogen dioxide. The third level was initially developed by UK’s Ministry of Defence and protects from bacteria and viruses found in pollution and in large cities. This level is furthermore highly effective at filtering exhaust fumes and liquid particles and gases, which are trapped by the first two filters and fully absorbed by the military carbon layer of the Cambridge Mask respirator.
The reusable masks last for an average of 200 hours in China and come in a range of 12 patterns and 5 sizes, including children's pollution mask. Concluding, Cambridge Mask Co. makes a China pollution mask that filters nearly 100% of harmful particles found in air pollution in China and other large cities affected by air pollution such as London, Singapore, Hong Kong, Delhi, etc.
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