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Daniel Navarro Bermudez, ESD 13-14, wins Climathon London with FiltAir team

last modified Feb 07, 2017 02:27 PM
Daniel, ESD13-14, is Graduate Sustainability Officer at Peabody Housing Association, London involved in many areas such as solar PV, renewable heat, energy efficiency and fuel poverty strategies.
Daniel Navarro Bermudez, ESD 13-14, wins Climathon London with FiltAir team

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Daniel took part in Climathon from Climate-KIC: a 24-hour challenge to design a solution for a local climate change problem, in this case for tackling London's air pollution problem and his team, "FiltAIR", won the challenge!

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FiltAir, came up with the innovative idea of attaching pollutant filters to London buses, which will travel all over the city, all day long cleaning up the air quality in the city. FiltAir estimate that this method will take out 99% of pollutants in London’s air.

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