2012

Indoor Air Quality Improvements

A company wants to decrease the frequency and severity of respiratory illness in homes with adults, teens, and children. Affordable indoor air quality improvement solutions must be provided to consumers via an air purification device. The client seeks a third-party partner who can offer a currently commercialized/ available air purifier. The pollutants that must be removed from indoor air include particulates, sulfuric acid, ozone, sulfur dioxide, nitrogen oxide, carbon monoxide, and volatile organic compounds.

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