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Filtration Hour: Sustainability Aspects of Air Filtration

Got a filtration question? Ask the experts at Filtration Hour! Free Registration.

Join us at our second WFI Filtration Hour to get your questions answered! Our first session had a record attendance. Meet globally-leading experts in filtration, professional networking, idea exchanging, learning, and sharing for a cleaner, healthier, and more Sustainable World.


In this one-hour session, with an open forum, we will examine the Sustainability Aspects of air filtration with several Global Experts from around the industry. WFI Advisory Board Member, Director of Marketing Mitch McCreary will moderate and lead the discussion. Some of the global questions and concerns plaguing us today:

  1. What is the environmental footprint of air filtration?

  2. Energy implications of air filtration employment and HVAC installations.

  3. Power generation and filtration aspects – Extensive use of air filters on the air intake of land-based gas turbines.

  4. ESG standards adherence in raw material and manufacturing.

  5. Can filters be (reused and recycled)? Circular vs. linear processes.

  6. How can we reimagine air filtration technologies, solutions, and promises?

Waterloo Filtration Institute (WFI) is a non-profit international organization dedicated to supporting the growth of the global filtration industry and advancing the sciences and technologies of filtration and separation processes for a clean, healthy, and sustainable world. Through joint efforts of leading experts worldwide and our members' support, we proudly support the industry with the top-notch professional filtration program (CFSS 2023) and worldwide networking platform with unmatched value and the lowest cost.

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