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June 12

Camfil USA Food & Beverage Filtration Experts Launch Video for Food & Beverage Industry

You may have heard in the news about a number of food plants shutting down operations due to fears of spreading the COVID-19 virus between employees in close quarters. In the U.S. today, there are approximately  32,000 food processing facilities employing  1.6 million workers.  As well as leaving many people without jobs, shutting down large food production facilities has far-reaching implica...
Camfil USA Food & Beverage Filtration Experts Launch Video for Food & Beverage Industry
June 08

Camfil US Air Filters - Creating Healthy Air During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Riverdale, NJ — Unlike many risk factors to our health, circumstances often force us to enter areas where we have little choice about the air we breathe. The worldwide spread of COVID-19, a disease caused by the virus Sars-CoV-2 and communicated through respiratory droplets, has brought this fact to attention.  The coronavirus is by no means the only respiratory threat to human health. Recen...
Camfil US Air Filters - Creating Healthy Air During the COVID-19 Pandemic
May 25

The Fight Against Pollution Will Take More than Air Filters

Riverdale, NJ — Despite the ever-improving effectiveness of air filters, the air filtration industry faces an uphill battle due to a lack of information about air pollution.  While high-efficiency filters can keep airborne pollutants out of our homes, schools, offices, commercial buildings, hospitals, and industrial facilities, they only treat the symptoms of an even bigger problem. Air filt...
The Fight Against Pollution Will Take More than Air Filters
May 18

Air Pollution is A Rising Cause of Death in Fast-Developing African Countries

Riverdale, NJ — Air pollution kills more Africans than childhood malnutrition or contaminated water. Fast-developing African nations such as Nigeria, Ethiopia, Egypt, and South Africa are especially affected by this problem.  A Silent Killer Data from the World Health Organization shows that of the annual 2.2 million environment-related deaths on the African continent, 600,000 are linked to...
Air Pollution is A Rising Cause of Death in Fast-Developing African Countries
May 11

Why Climate Change Makes Commercial Air Filtration More Important

In August last year, a group of doctors endorsed an article for The Conversation, warning against the dangers of climate change on public health and safety. The article theorizes that as climate change continues to disrupt climate patterns, it is causing more frequent droughts, storms, and wildfires, all of which theoretically ruin the world’s ecosystems. Climate change is also threatening ho...
Why Climate Change Makes Commercial Air Filtration More Important
April 28

Camfil Clean Air Solutions Reminds People to Watch PM1 Video and Share with #CamfilPM1 @CamfilUSA

Riverdale, NJ — “To provide a healthy and productive indoor air environment, the focus should be put on filtering particles that are 1 μm (micrometer) or smaller in diameter – particles known as PM1 (Particulate Matter 1). Watch this video to learn more about ePM1.”  Camfil Clean Air Solutions  What is PM1?  Particulate matter can ravage human health, according to the EPA, with its effe...
Camfil Clean Air Solutions Reminds People to Watch PM1 Video and Share with #CamfilPM1 @CamfilUSA
April 21

COVID-19 (Corona Virus) and Air Filtration Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

During the COVID-19 pandemic, many people have questions about the nature of the virus, how it spreads, and what can be done to prevent it from spreading so rapidly. While handwashing, social distancing, and good hygiene are all essential, there are other angles to look at, too. Air filtration experts from Camfil Clean Air have added a virus filtration FAQ section to their website, with each...
COVID-19 (Corona Virus) and Air Filtration Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
April 14

The importance of indoor air quality during the coronavirus pandemic

Riverdale, NJ — For the most part, everyone is stuck indoors as we all practice social distancing to keep ourselves safe and combat the spread of COVID-19.  You might be tempted to think that staying indoors means you’re safe from air pollution, but research shows that this is far from the case. Air pollution can occur indoors, too, and has been linked to occurrences of headaches, dizziness,...
The importance of indoor air quality during the coronavirus pandemic
March 31

Camfil APC Still Going Strong! @CamfilAPC

Jonesboro, AR. , March 31, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- 9 Dear Customers and Valued Partners,On Saturday March 28, 2020 at 5:00 pm local time, an EF-3 tornado damaged the Camfil APC manufacturing facility in Jonesboro, AR. Thankfully, no employees were on site, so no one was hurt.Much of the campus remains intact and fully operational, including administrative offices, filter ca...
Camfil APC Still Going Strong! @CamfilAPC
March 30

Inversion to blame for Maryland’s Decline in Air Quality

Riverdale, NJ - The National Weather Service (NWS) issued a Code Orange air quality alert last winter in Maryland after air pollution reached dangerous levels. The NWS’ air quality scale has six levels, with orange indicating that the air is “unhealthy for sensitive individuals,” such as children, the elderly, or those with existing health conditions. Under a Code Orange, sensitive groups sho...
Inversion to blame for Maryland’s Decline in Air Quality