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Danish researchers have designed a filter that removes dangerous exhaust fumes from the inside of your car

A company has developed an air filter for car interiors called 'Airbubbl.' Pollution inside cars is a much bigger problem than people think according to Professor Matthew Johnson, co-founder of Airlabs. The filters can be replaced every 6-12 months depending on car usage. Orders are currently being taken on Kickstarter. Researchers in Copenhagen have created a market-ready anti-pollution filter designed to quickly remove nitrogen dioxide (NO2) and particulate matter from inside vehicles.
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