National Physical Laboratory’s Gas Metrology Section to conduct independent validation of the pilot
Evergen Systems along with their technology partner, Airlabs today launched ‘AirHavn’ World’s First Clean Air Zone at Lakhi Shah Banjara Hall, Gurudwara Rakabganj Saheb in Delhi. They announced the launch and demonstrate the revolutionary technology which includes their plans for cleaning air pollution across India.
Evergen were the pioneers to launch CityTree in London and became the first company in Britain to install technology solutions to tackle urban air pollution. Evergen are working with Municipalities, local authorities and Government agencies to install CityTree across the UK. After almost two years of researching and trials of a number of technologies, Evergen has the exclusive license for– CityTree – the world’s first Biotech filter for cleaning urban air pollution.
AirHavn is an ‘architectural masterpiece’ that has been especially designed and constructed applying the laws of fluid dynamics to take control of air flow. It combines a design based on extensive optimisation using high performance computing with high performance air filters.
The innovative Airlabs technology utilises a combination of atmospheric chemistry and airflow engineering and implemented through a proprietary dual filter system combining nano-particles for removing 97-99% fine dust particles and a chemical media to remove gases like NOx, SOx, CO2 and Ozone.
Present at the launch were Dr. Matthew Johnson, Professor of Atmospheric Chemistry at University of Copenhagen, Chief Scientific Officer at Airlabs and Sukhbir S. SIDHU, Founder and CEO, Evergen Systems, Dr. Shankar Aggarwal, Senior Scientist, Gas Metrology Section, National Physical Laboratory of India and Manjit Singh GK, President of Delhi Sikh Gurudwara Management Committee.
Speaking at the launch Sukhbir Sidhu, Founder & CEO Evergen Systems Ltd said ,“ Air quality is huge problem and barely a day goes by without a story in the national or city media focusing on the deteriorating quality of our air and its impacts on human health. In early 2016 our company began looking into ways of tackling this problem. We are delighted that along with our technology partners Airlabs we took the decision to set up a pilot clean air zone in Delhi to demonstrate the technology and announce our plans for cleaning air pollution across India. It was a huge challenge to secure a suitable site in the middle of the city”.
Scientist and Prof (Dr.) Matthew Johnson, University of Copenhagen on launching the project said, “We have done the impossible and together with our partners at Evergen India, we are launching and dedicating the world’s first open-air clean air zone to the people of India: The AirHavn. My team has been monitoring the air quality from inside and outside the AirHavn since last few days. We are having real time updates on quality of the air, the results are phenomenal as we have monitored pollution reduction by up to 70 %. The air quality is also being independently monitored by National Physical Laboratory’s, Gas Metrology Section.”
Gurdwara Rakabganj, where the AirHavn pilot is taking place for 3 weeks is located in Delhi. General public, students, politicians and civic leaders are invited to visit the AirHavn, enjoy clean air and learn about this revolutionary technology completely free of cost.