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Tim Smith

Over the past couple of years, we’ve all been forced to spend more time indoors than ever before. Yet how often do we stop to think about the quality of the air we’re inhaling – even inside our own homes?

Air conditioning firm AirCare is aiming to bring that issue to the forefront with its #BringTheOutdoorsIn campaign. The initiative, which has seen messages pushed across multiple media platforms, strives to create awareness about how hidden pollutants can affect our health, from Covid-19 and other viruses, to simple headaches and fatigue.

It guides people to the solutions available at the Serpentine Road store.

Brendan Stones, general manager at AirCare, said: “The air we breathe can affect a multitude of areas of our health and wellness with both short- and long-term effects. Contaminated air puts the health of you and your entire family or team at risk.

“Air quality has never been more important given the ongoing Covid pandemic, with the virus passing from person to person via airborne transmission.

“The virus easily spreads in poorly ventilated or crowded indoor settings, where people tend to spend longer periods of time.”

AirCare sells products from RGF Environmental Group, an American company which has specialised in air, food and water purification for more than 35 years.

The technology produces hydro-peroxides that kills microbes in the air and on surfaces – a process that happens naturally outdoors.

Lab tests have shown it to be effective against coronaviruses such as Covid-19, as well as H1N1 Swine Flu, Bird Flu, Norwalk Virus, MRSA, Listeria and E-Coli, while wiping out 98 per cent of moulds and viruses and reducing odours.

Mr Stones said: “Ionised hydro-peroxides effectively destroy harmful microbes in the air and on surfaces by cell lysis.

“The process changes the microbes’ molecular structure, rendering them harmless, and occurs constantly in outdoor air.”

He added: “Customers can take control of their indoor air quality by reducing pollutants that can contribute to headache, lung irritation and fatigue, as well as long-term conditions such as asthma, allergies and infectious diseases.”

Products include the Reme-Ion air purifier, which costs $299 and can treat up to 200 square feet. It can even be installed in your car or taxi.

Mr Stones said: “There may be unproven less expensive products on the market, but AirCare’s indoor air quality products are independently tested to virtually eliminate harmful viruses, bacteria, mould and other pathogens on surfaces and in the air.

“They are an investment in air quality to protect yourself, your loved ones, your students, and your teams.”

AirCare’s website, aircare.bm, contains further information about products best suited for residential customers.

Mr Stones added: “The most important aspect of this campaign is improving health and safety through actively improving air quality.

“AirCare’s indoor air quality experts are ready to help ensure safe, clean air for tenants, families, students and employees.”

For further details about any of AirCare’s products, call 292-7342 or email [email protected].

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