This week, the urban air purification system consisting of six City Air Cleaners will be installed and put into operation as scheduled on the Theodor-Heuss-Ring in Kiel. As stipulated in the Clean Air Plan of January this year, they are the preferred alternative for directly reducing the excessive NO2 concentrations on this particularly polluted stretch of road.
“We are looking forward to handing over our system to the state capital Kiel on schedule shortly and then being able to actively contribute mesurably to improving the air quality for residents, commuters and passers-by on this busiest inner-city section of the B 75 ,” says Managing Director Robert Krüger.
A one-week test operation will follow before the systems are officially handed over to the state capital as scheduled on 15 October.
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