Air pollution control using ACESP technology in New Delhi NCR

Air pollution control using ACESP technology in New Delhi NCR

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Dhamendra Bhaskar started this petition to New Delhi government and

Air pollution in Delhi NCR is biggest problem and need not to define its cause and side effects specially on kids and old aged people. This doesn’t leave instant impact on human being but has ugly long term medical issues.

Recently we had a news confirming that a young girl was diagnosed with CANCER and it’s was first time proven that it’s cause was AIR POLLUTION. This is not a single case of its kind but many people die with different health issue but they don’t understand that the root cause of these health issues are bad air we breathe.

Air and Water are basic requirements for living and we almost have found solution to purify water by RO machine BUT so far we have not taken steps to clean air in offices and home which is very unfortunate and alarming now.

We came to know about this problem and with this ambition to provide clean air to human being at home and offices - we started making research on how to come up with a solution which shall not be only a technology to clean air but also affordable and low maintenance.

Shuddh Electronics, a company registered with Make in India and Startup India initiative with French and Indian innovators who have dedicated their efforts to give a long term solution has invested an advanced technology named ADVANCED CONTROLLED ELECTROSTATIC PRECIPITATOR (ACESP) which filters bad particles from air and release 99.9% clean air, it’s maintenance cost is almost ZERO, it consumes energy less than 25W and needs NO REPLACEMENT OF FILTERS. It also has setup 24x7 customer care facility and it can be used inside and outdoors.

This is just an starting of an innovation and we need government attention to this solution to setup at multiple places where air pollution is at highest level.

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