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Blueair donates products to Pulaski County Public Library

Pulaski County Public Library recently received a donation of two air purifiers from Blueair, a global leader in indoor air purifying solutions. Utilizing Blueair’s HEPASilent technology, the Classic 605 air purifiers can track and display current air quality, while filtering air in an up to 775 ft2 room at the industry-recommended rate of 5x an hour (or about every 12 minutes) to effectively lower particle levels and maintain a clean and comfortable environment.

"The last few years have led businesses to be more mindful of their indoor air quality than ever before," said MacKenzie Ledley, Executive Director of Pulaski County Public Library. 

Air quality is of significant concern to Hoosiers as the State ranks very low in national comparisons for air quality. The Hoosier State ranked 46 out of 50 States due to its poor air quality. 

The Library has utilized various Blueair purifiers in the past, and Mrs. Ledley noted the convenience of Blueair purifiers capability to automatically adjust fan speed and notify staff when the air quality indoors was poor. "We believe these additional air purifiers will help us enhance the indoor air quality for patrons as they use the library, and we are grateful for the generosity of Blueair."

“By supporting our local communities as they reopen, we’re hoping to help educational facilities provide for community members as safely and quickly as possible,” says Suzy Kwiecien, Blueair’s Head of Brand and Product Marketing in North America. “Blueair was founded on the firm belief that the freedom to breathe is a basic right. Today, our award-winning air purifiers are still designed with the aim of creating the safest environment to allow communities to thrive – while making the least impact on the environment.”

Founded in Sweden, Blueair is a world-leading producer of air purification solutions for home and professional use. For more information on Blueair, visit

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