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July 28th, 2004
Car Owners Can Now Use Nanotechnology to Improve Cabin Air Quality
The NanoBreeze™ Car Air Purifier from NanoTwin Technologies uses photocatalytic nanotechnology to clean and purify the air inside the passenger compartment of any motor vehicle. Motor vehicles emit several pollutants that EPA classifies as known or probable human carcinogens. EPA estimates that motor vehicles account for as much as half of all cancers attributed to outdoor sources.
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