Next week, the time has come: on a 200-metre-long section of the six-lane Theodor-Heuss-Ring, on which up to 110,000 vehicles travel every day, six City Air Cleaners from Purevento will be installed at the state capital to clean the most polluted part of the city ring road of nitrogen dioxide.
Beforehand, Christopher Vogt, Chairman of the ruling Free Democrats State Parliamentary Group, wanted to personally get an impression of the technology and its effectiveness.
“History is being made right now at the Purevento,”
Vogt said during his visit to Trittau. “Great pioneering work is being done here in the field of urban air purification, which could soon benefit people all over the world.”
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