WHO real time air pollution
According to a recent WHO survey of 1600 cities worldwide, only 12% of the urban population surveyed live in areas that comply with WHO air quality guideline levels. Average particulate air pollution levels in many developing cities can be 4-12 times higher than WHO air quality guideline levels, putting many at risk of long-term health problems. Ground-level ozone, produced by the atmospheric interaction of a mix of air pollutants, including methane and NOx, is another health risk, raising rates of asthma and chronic respiratory illness as well as other sorts of breathing problems and reduced lung function.
WHO real time air pollution
The World Health Organisation (WHO) states that in 2012 approximately 7 million people died (one in eight of total global deaths) from outdoor air pollution. Many of these deaths are due to heart disease and stroke, as well as from respiratory illnesses and cancers related to exposure to fine particulate matter (PM2.5), the most health-harmful air pollutant.
Pure Norway Air is a family operated business based on providing our clients with the purity of Norwegian air, supplied in specially designed bottles that highlight the unique and spectacular Norwegian environment.
Our products are sold to visitors to Norway who wish to take home a unique souvenir of their time in Norway. This allows them to appreciate the stunning natural beauty as well as the delightfully clean air, which they experienced on their holiday to Norway. Many Norwegians also send our products to their family and friends in other parts of the world, in a subtle boast of the beauty of Norway. However our most important clients are those who live in areas plagued by high levels of air pollution. For many, our can of air is the only opportunity they have to breathe pristine air and gain relief from the devastation of air pollution.
Norway is fortunate to enjoy a near pristine natural environment, with consistently clean air that supports an outstanding quality of life. This sees Norway constantly ranked as one of the happiest countries in the world!
Pure Norway Air is based in the small Norwegian village of Vågstranda, which is situated between a fjord and mountains. Due to its location, it has remarkably pure air, which is essential to health. The World Health Organisation (WHO) states that in 2012 approximately 7 million people died (one in eight of total global deaths) from outdoor air pollution. Many of these deaths are due to heart disease and stroke, as well as from respiratory illnesses and cancers related to exposure to fine particulate matter (PM2.5), the most health-harmful air pollutant. We welcome the opportunity to share Pure Norway Air with our friends through Norway and the world. Take the opportunity to get your own beautifully bottled taste of Pure Norway Air.