Cop26: Air-purifying bubble installed at climate summit to tackle pollution

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The Independent published this video item, entitled “Cop26: Air-purifying bubble installed at climate summit to tackle pollution” – below is their description.

Otrivin has launched the Otrivin Air Bubble at Cop26, a unique educational structure that uses biotechnology to purify the air.

The presence of the Otrivin Air Bubble comes after a 6-month pilot project was erected in Warsaw, Poland – one of Europe’s most polluted countries.

The successful test showed that by using microalgae to actively filter and re-metabolise pollution particles and carbon dioxide in a specially designed interactive environment, the bubble achieved healthier air quality levels and allowed visitors to experience cleaner air.

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