Recent indoor air quality testing at the Fairmont Beijing has found very low levels of PM2.5 particulate matter. The outcome – an excellent result – is attributed to the partnership between the hotel’s owner AccorHotels and Blueair, a Swedish manufacturer of air purification systems.
Yang Cheng, China Daily:
“When an air quality examiner showed that indoor PM2.5 concentration was 5 micrograms at the Fairmont Beijing, a luxury hotel under AccorHotels, guests were amazed.
PM2.5 refers to particulate matter with a diameter of 2.5 microns or less, which is considered hazardous to human health. Its concentration is a major index for measuring air quality.
PM2.5 concentration indoors should be less than 75 micrograms per cubic meter for elderly people and children — the cutoff line for what is defined as “good” air outdoors, according to international standards.
The amazing air quality was the result of efforts from Fairmont and Blueair, a Sweden-based provider of best-in-class air purification solutions.
The two companies signed a partnership agreement on June 20 to provide state-of-the-art air purifying service, a “Blueair Zone”, for the hotel to enhance guests’ experience and well-being” (…read more using the link below)
(Image credit: Accor Hotels)