Marylebone Station becomes London’s first ‘clean air station’

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Marylebone Station becomes London’s first ‘clean air station’

London’s Marylebone Station is set to become home to innovative air cleaning technology, with the launch of four large clean air zones. The installation, which marks United Nations World Cities Day (WCD), has been designed by Airlabs – a team of atmospheric chemists and airflow engineers dedicated to reducing people’s exposure to air pollution.
The initiative adapts traditional Out Of Home (OOH) advertising space to emit clean air in the area immediately around the units, significantly improving air quality and creating a healthier environment to live and work. It is being led by BNP Paribas, in partnership with Airlabs, Chiltern Railways, and JC Decaux.
Airlabs’ proprietary dual filter system will sit within the specially adapted advertising units provided by JC Decaux, which will remove particulate matter and nitrogen oxides from the air.

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