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Clear’s technologies create a firewall indoors against viruses, bacteria and pathogens in water and air

TORONTO – Clear Inc. (“Clear”), a leading air and water firewall technology integrator, today announced its launch in the Canadian marketplace, utilizing patented technologies used by pharmaceutical companies and hospitals in 62 countries around the world were used. Clear’s mission is to improve public health and safety and raise awareness of one of the greatest challenges of the 21st century: sick building syndrome. According to the World Health Organization, 40 percent of buildings in North America are sick. Taking advantage of its technologies, Clear intends to create a new standard for healthy and safe living in condominiums, apartments and commercial buildings by working with condominiums, property management companies, developers and hoteliers to equip, maintain and maintain indoor air and water quality monitor across North America.

“We believe that clean indoor air and clean water are a human right, not a privilege. At Clear, we are aware of the health problems our communities are currently facing, especially now that we are spending more time indoors than ever before, “said Gil D. Blutrich, founder and president of Clear Inc.” We are we on a mission to raise awareness of the significant health challenges posed by indoor air and water pollution, provide solutions, and ultimately improve public health and safety. We are incredibly proud to introduce Clear to the Canadian market. ”

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In March 2021, Toronto-based Lifetime Developments announced a strategic partnership with Clear that will integrate Clear systems into all future Lifetime Development projects. Oscar Residences in the Toronto annex is the first Lifetime project to incorporate this world-class technology in all shared areas, bringing to light the concept of healthy living that has been well received by the community.

Alessandro Cernuto, Clear Product Manager, added, “By delivering these world-class systems at a reasonable cost through a subscription-based model and without major investments for condominium owners, Clear is making a real impact on public health. ”

Typically in buildings with poor filter systems, the sick building syndrome manifests itself in respiratory problems for the residents. On average, people spend 90 percent of their time indoors. In the midst of the global pandemic, there is an increased risk of exposure to harmful viruses, pathogens, and bacteria, as well as the potential development of serious, long-term health conditions.

Clear’s technologies equip, maintain and monitor the air and water quality of a building around the clock. To increase consumer confidence, Clear will also install a television in the building’s lobby that will show real-time air and water quality information. Building residents can also access this information via the Clear app.

Clear Air, the company’s air purification technology, combines a patented and EPA-approved sterilizer and radiation filter with bipolar ionization and UV light to purify, purify and disinfect indoor air while carefully monitoring quality in real time. Clear’s Hydro-Optic System is a centralized solution that uses advanced UV light technologies to deliver 99.99% microbiologically pure pharmaceutical grade water through every faucet in the building with no chemicals added or added.

About Clear Inc.

Founded in 2020 in Toronto, Canada, Clear is a provider of world-class air and water firewall technology that improves indoor air and water quality for the benefit of long-term public health and safety. Clear’s patented and EPA-approved technologies are manufactured by leading innovators in Israel and enable condominiums, developers and hoteliers, residential and commercial buildings to be equipped to fight and control harmful viruses, pathogens and bacteria in the air and water and one of the greatest challenges we can face in the 21st century: sick building syndrome.

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