PURE AIR FOR LIFE

The effects of air pollution are not confined to the atmosphere. Air pollution containing sulfur dioxide and nitrogen oxide causes acid rain, which in turn pollutes aquatic resources and soils. Air pollution is responsible for a host of other ills including ozone depletion, smog and impaired indoor air quality. Some causes of air pollution are beyond your control. Other sources can be managed through changes in your lifestyle.

PEOPLE

Air pollution is a concern for millions of people who live in or near big cities.Toxic gases and particles not only contribute to respiratory diseases in humans but can have lasting effects us and our environment.  The challenges it can cause years down the road can be dangerous and even life threatening.

ANIMALS

The pollution animals inhale over a specific period can accumulate in their tissues, causing damage to their organs. Not only do animals inhale harmful gases from the pollution, but contaminants are also absorbed through the skin and come from food and water.

NATURE

Urban sources of pollution release tons of pollutants into the atmosphere every year. Chemicals such as sulfur dioxide, ozone, fluorides, peroxyacyl nitrate, nitrogen dioxide and carbon monoxide are the culprits. Irreperable damages such as leaf damage, insect infestation and slowed growth are the testimonials.

The effects of air pollution on plants are widely seen and damage all plants including our food crops and trees.

The chemicals responsible for the pollution include carbon, sulfur, and nitrogen oxides.

Plants usually show damage in a variety of ways, including visible signs of damage like necrotic lesions, stunted plant growth, or changing in color including chlorosis (aka yellowing leaves), reddening, bronzing, mottling [2].

Ozone holes in the atmosphere also harm plants. Holes in the upper atmosphere allow an excess ultraviolet light to pass through the atmosphere leading to plant damage. In the lower atmosphere, ozone damages plants by preventing photosynthesis and obstructing stomata, restricting respiration and stunting plant growth [2].

Read more: https://greentumble.com/effect-of-pollution-on-plants/

Air pollution comes from many sources such as the smoke stack in a factory, car exhaust, or off gassing from paint or producing plastic [1]. The effects of air pollution on plants are widely seen and damage all plants including our food crops and trees.

The chemicals responsible for the pollution include carbon, sulfur, and nitrogen oxides.

Plants usually show damage in a variety of ways, including visible signs of damage like necrotic lesions, stunted plant growth, or changing in color including chlorosis (aka yellowing leaves), reddening, bronzing, mottling [2].

Ozone holes in the atmosphere also harm plants. Holes in the upper atmosphere allow an excess ultraviolet light to pass through the atmosphere leading to plant damage. In the lower atmosphere, ozone damages plants by preventing photosynthesis and obstructing stomata, restricting respiration and stunting plant growth [2].

Read more: https://greentumble.com/effect-of-pollution-on-plants/

 

WE HAVE THE SOLUTION FOR IT

The ADP Laser Filter is an internationally tested technology that has the power to destroy airborne bacteria, viruses, germs, spores and odors in a most efficient manner with an immense impact. It is the potency of the assembly of different well-known technologies such as cold plasma and pulsating UV light that allows for optimal results.

FIRST STEPS FIRST

The plan is to roll out the different products through partnerships with international and local integrators on a worldwide basis in the next years. Currently the Company is in discussions or has negotiated contracts with potential integrators mainly in Asia, South America and Europe. Further are planned.

  • HOSPITALITY AREAS 60%
  • FOODPROCESSING 25%
  • AGRICULTURE 15%