Exciting News! Camfil Joins Intel, Medscape, and Microsoft in CBS Thought Leaders Series

Published July 18, 2023

🌬️ Camfil, a pioneer in healthy indoor air solutions, has been featured in the prestigious CBS Global Thought Leaders Innovation and Disruption Leaders series. With over 60 years of experience, Camfil continues to lead the way in providing innovative air filtration solutions for cleaner and healthier indoor air.

🌬️ Indoor air quality is a growing concern worldwide, especially with the impact of outdoor air pollution and climate change events. Recent incidents like the Canadian wildfires highlight the urgent need to address indoor air quality. At Camfil, we firmly believe that clean air is a human right and are committed to raising awareness about the importance of healthy indoor air globally.

Ola Skoglund, Camfil's VP of Group Marketing & Communication, emphasizes the need for companies to prioritize indoor air quality. He suggests appointing a Chief Airgonomics Officer within organizations to champion clean air and ensure its prominence.

In today's rapidly evolving world, innovation and disruption are critical for business growth. Camfil's participation in the CBS Thought Leaders series showcases our expertise in protecting people, processes, and the planet through cutting-edge air filtration solutions. Our solutions provide clean, healthy, and productive indoor air for a wide range of industries.

🌬️ Tobias Zimmer, Camfil's VP of Global Product Management & International Standards, highlights the significance of maintaining a clean and healthy environment. Unfortunately, most countries' air pollution standards allow for higher pollution levels than recommended by the World Health Organization (WHO). In fact, 99% of the world's population breathes air that exceeds WHO's safe limits.

By addressing indoor air quality, we can quickly improve the air that people breathe during the 90% of their time spent indoors. Zimmer explains, "Indoor air quality is even more critical than outdoor pollution because we have control over our indoor environment."

Paula Nowojska, Camfil Product Manager, emphasizes the economic impact of air quality on productivity. Poor air quality in buildings can lead to increased absenteeism, whereas clean air promotes productivity, comfort, and overall job satisfaction.

Paolo Zanini, CEO of TBD Media, the organization behind the Innovation and Disruption Leaders campaign, expresses the importance of recognizing and celebrating those who drive positive change. Through the Innovation and Disruption Leaders campaign, viewers worldwide can learn about the critical role of clean indoor air.

To watch Camfil's Global Thought Leaders video, visit CBS News and Global Thought Leaders. For more information about the Chief Airgonomics Officer's (CAO) initiative on clean indoor air for the workplace, please visit the Chief Airgonomics Officer website. Join the CAO LinkedIn Group for engaging discussions.

️ About Camfil:

Camfil has been dedicated to helping people breathe cleaner air for over 60 years. As a leading manufacturer of premium clean air solutions, Camfil provides commercial and industrial air filtration and air pollution control systems. Their solutions improve worker and equipment productivity, minimize energy use, and promote human health and environmental well-being. With a strong commitment to sustainability, Camfil aims to provide the best solutions for customers while considering their impact on the planet. With headquarters in Stockholm, Sweden, and a global presence, Camfil serves customers in various industries worldwide.

For media inquiries, please contact Lynne Laake, Director of Marketing, North America, Air Filters and Filtration Solutions, at lynne.laake@camfil.com.


Camfil joins Intel, Medscape and Microsoft in CBS Thought Leaders Series: The importance of indoor air quality in the workplace

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