On March 31, Smart Air Filters was exclusively featured in The Hindu’s Business Line. In “Making cleaner air affordable the DIY way,” Chetna Mehra highlighted our commitment to providing clean air at a low-cost. Here’s an excerpt from the article – you can read more here.
If you are living in Delhi, you are already deprived of clean air, and may be ready to pay a hefty price to get lungfuls of this precious resource. But how much should clean air cost? Most will say it should be free; but the most affordable tag on it now is ₹3,400.
Social innovation firm Smart Air is selling affordable DIY (do-it-yourself) air-purifiers that clean indoor air as well as any expensive air-purifier available in Indian market in the ₹16,000-30,000 price range.
To find out more about our range of clean air products, check out our online shop.
Bhumi spent several years working with small-holder farmers in India, Kenya, and Sierra Leone. She recently returned to India to work on governance reforms. She helps Smart Air with social media outreach, grant proposals, and anything else that comes along.