Lahore Based Student Introduces Device to Fight Smog

LAHORE – Smog has been a major issue for people living in Punjab, especially in Lahore, as residents are forced to inhale polluted air, leading to sore eyes and throats.

Although the climate change ministry has not tackled smog, a student based in Lahore has found a way to clean up toxic air pollution. Lahore was once again shrouded by the thick layers of smog as the Air Quality Index (AQI) reached 470 on and the [past week had been the same.

Following the AQI of the city, people in the provincial capital are forced to take precautionary measures

Hassan uses an air purifier system to stop smog threats to his house. So clean the smoke-laden air, the machine uses a filter and keeps the atmosphere safe. Having done this as a job, Hassan claims it is extremely cost-effective and protects you against smog.

Health Benefits

The air purifier only uses 30-40 watts of power and has a number of health benefits.

In an interview with a private news channel, Hassan says that contaminated air can also cause pneumonia, nausea, tiredness, headache, and itchiness in the ears, like polluted water. His father attributed his success to his hard work, saying that it was Pakistanis ‘ need for an hour for someone to create a smog-fighting machine.

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