Air pollution filtration systems in nurseries

Goal

To reduce children’s exposure to toxic air pollution

Project

In some of London’s most polluted areas, 20 nurseries have been chosen to carry out new air quality checks. The inspections will help determine what measures are needed to reduce children’s exposure to air pollution. As a result of the inspections, the five most exposed kindergartens will test new air filtration systems

Result

State and citizens: reducing children’s exposure to toxic substances and risk of disease

£250,000 Project Budget

December 3, 2018 Project Announcement

Spring 2019 Installation of first filters

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