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Athletes explore relationship between breathing clean air and wellbeing using Dyson’s wearable air monitoring technology


Dyson today revealed a global project it has been undertaking around the world, working with six athletes to help educate them on their exposure to air pollution and its potential impact on wellbeing and performance

  • Dyson investigates air polution in Delhi

    Dyson air pollution data recorded by Delhi-NCR based mother showed average personal exposure to PM2.5 indoors to be over four times worse during annual pollution season.

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    Melody Cheng wearing the Dyson Air Quality backpack.

    Eco-Enthusiast investigates air pollution exposure in Hong Kong

    Dyson’s air quality backpack measures personal air pollution exposure during a two-day tour of the city.

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Frequently asked questions

What is PM2.5?

Ultrafine particles such as aerosols or gases.

What is PM10?

Particulate matter smaller than 10 microns, includes pollen, dust, pet dander and allergens from plants and flowers.

Where does Nitrogen dioxide (NO2) come from?

Found in high concentrations near roadways, as NO2 often comes from car exhaust fumes.

Can indoor air be as polluted as outdoor air?

Yes, in fact, it can be up to 5x worse than outdoor air, according to the EPA.

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