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Home Care

For Cleaner, Healthier Air.

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Air Cross, Inc


Home Care

For Cleaner, Healthier Air.

Air Pollution Transformation Technology

While the video above addresses transforming air pollution into sugar (our original target molecule), we are now focusing on incorporating our air pollution transforming polymers into home care products that can transform air pollution into disinfectants, fragrances, and others that provide an additional benefit once they are created. This allows for product home care differentiation and marketable opportunities with traditional products in highly competitive fields, from air fresheners to home cleaners.

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"It may be hard to imagine that pollution could be invisible, but ozone is. The most widespread pollutant in the U.S. is also one of the most dangerous".

 

-American Lung Association

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"It may be hard to imagine that pollution could be invisible, but ozone is. The most widespread pollutant in the U.S. is also one of the most dangerous".

 

-American Lung Association

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"Scientists project that warmer temperatures from climate change will increase the frequency of days with unhealthy levels of ground-level ozone, a harmful air pollutant, and a component in smog". 

 

-United States Environmental Protection Agency

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"Scientists project that warmer temperatures from climate change will increase the frequency of days with unhealthy levels of ground-level ozone, a harmful air pollutant, and a component in smog". 

 

-United States Environmental Protection Agency

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"Air pollution is now the world’s largest single environmental health risk. Reducing air pollution could save millions of lives".


-World Health Organization

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"Air pollution is now the world’s largest single environmental health risk. Reducing air pollution could save millions of lives".


-World Health Organization


References

American Lung Association. (2015). Ozone Pollution. In State of the Air 2015. Retrieved from http://www.stateoftheair.org/2015/health-risks/health-risks-ozone.html

United States Environmental Protection Agency. (2015, July 21). Climate Impacts on Human Health. In U.S. EPA. 

World Health Organization. (2014, March 25). 7 Million Premature Deaths Annually Linked to Air Pollution.