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RadGreen uses IBM Cloud to help create safer, lower-pollution workspaces

It’s no secret that pollution is threatening public health, especially in urban spaces. Cities around the world are concerned with reducing dangerous levels of air pollution in streets and public spaces, but even when people move inside, they’re still surrounded by invisible health threats.

Indoor air pollution is rarely discussed, but it poses a significant risk. Most people spend 80 to 90 percent of their time indoors, trapped and exposed to the same recycled air.

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