Fine dust, nitrogen oxides, pollen – we think life in the city is great, but sometimes it’s also pretty stale. Clever developers from northern Germany thought, “It doesn’t have to be that way” and invented the Purevento air purifier. It sucks in polluted air on a large scale, e.g. from street intersections, and blows it out again on the pedestrian side as a purified breeze in sea air quality. 40,000 cubic meters of air are purified per hour – the volume of 1,200 containers. Operation can be CO2-neutral with electricity from renewable sources.
DRP takes over the media work for the startup Purevento and provides already in the first weeks with reports from Spiegel Online to Handelsblatt to Automobilwoche for the media stage that Purevento deserves.