Blueair recently donated 48 air purifiers to the China Welfare Institute Nursery during a ceremony commemorating the company’s 10th anniversary in China.
According to Blueair, the China Welfare Institute Nursery is a children’s organization focused on maternity and child healthcare, pre-school education, out-of-school education, and children’s culture.
The Blueair donation comprised an assortment of 403, 450E and 550E air purifier models. The air purifiers are said to feature patented HEPA Silent filter technology, have low energy consumption and zero ozone emission.
“Through our donation to the remarkable Welfare Institute Nursery, Blueair hopes to bring greater public attention to the need to focus more on infant respiratory health. It is part of our ‘Blue Sky’ program to help kids everywhere breathe air as clean as nature intended, at the very least in their own homes,” said Annika Waller, global chief marketing officer of Blueair.