BNP
BNP Paribas has implemented a green tech advertising solution that adapts traditional Out of Home (OOH) advertising space to create four ‘Clean Air Zones’ that help tackle air pollution in Marylebone station.
Project started
1 November 2018
What is the key objective of your project?
To help tackle air pollution in Marylebone station.
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BNP Paribas has implemented a green tech advertising solution that adapts traditional Out of Home (OOH) advertising space to create four ‘Clean Air Zones’ that help tackle air pollution in Marylebone station, which is situated a stone’s throw away from BNP Paribas’ UK headquarters on Harewood Avenue. It was developed in partnership with green-tech start up Airlabs, Chiltern Railways, and JCDecaux. The positive impact advertising solution is powered by Airlabs’ air filtration system which sits within specially adapted OOH advertising units provided by JCDecaux. The result is the removal of up to 85% of PM2.5, PM10 and gases like NOx, SOx, CO2 and Ozone in the area immediately around the units, significantly improving air quality for employees as well as the local community.

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