Surgical Masks Surprisingly Effective Against PM2.5

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Choon Khin is a Smart Air engineer from Singapore, studying chemical engineering at the National University of Singapore

2 thoughts on “Surgical Masks Surprisingly Effective Against PM2.5

  1. I am launching a new foundation to tackle air and soil contamination in Mongolia called Green Belt. I would love to cooperate with you and your organisation. Also, can I have the complete names of the three studies you have referenced at the top in regards to the efficacy of surgical mask in reducing the pollution we breath in. Thank you for the work you are doing and looking forward to hearing back from.

    1. Hi Erdene, thanks for your comment! I’ve passed on your information to our team on the ground in Ulaanbaatar, you’ll hear from them shortly!

      For access to the original studies we referenced in this post, you can click the names of each of the 3 studies (they are links to the original articles). Scroll up and click “1. The Edinburgh Study”, “2. Dr. Saint Cyr’s Fit Test ” and “3. U Mass Study”

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