Will This Tech Innovation Solve The Air Pollution Problem?

A Revolutionary Portable Device For The Future Transforms Polluted Air Into Fresh One Just Like That

September 18, 2017 – A Greenovative Tech-Startup, Treepex Inc. has proudly announced that they are about to launch their revolutionary product that will be a game-changer in solving the problem of air pollution. Air pollution is one of the biggest threats to mankind in the twenty first century and this technological innovation will solve this threat in a simple, yet remarkable way. The portable device comes with many great features and benefits for the humankind and it is a gift for the future generations.

“I knew I had to take action when I started having troubles breathing during summer in my hometown,” said Lasha Kvantaliani, the CTO and Cofounder of Treepex. “I also knew it had to be technologically innovative, portable and easy to use, so you can take it anywhere you like at any time,” he added. According to Lasha, this revolutionary portable device transforms carbon dioxide into oxygen in a simple way. Moreover, the innovative portable device replicates a tree’s process and transforms polluted air into fresh as well as mineral enriched clean air.

The device will compensate the loss of millions of trees and will be a technological solution that will address the menace of deforestation. In addition, the device developed by the Tbilisi-based startup uses CRISPR technology to provide a solution to the ever growing air pollution problem. The rapidly disappearing forests and increased emissions are the main causes of the evolving air pollution disaster, taking the lives of over 5.5 million people each year. Moreover, people living in the larger cities are affected the most by the threat of air pollution and all the related diseases that come with it.

The company is based in Georgia, which is one of the most pollution-affected countries in the world and the solution they have developed will not only benefit their own country but the entire world at large. According to the developers, the device has the DNA of millions of leaves compressed into its brain that is also called cartridge. Furthermore, it is also complemented by a mobile app that continuously synchronizes and shows updates on polluted air transformed into fresh oxygen, while monitoring pulmonary activity.

To find out more about the device, please watch the video below: www.youtube.com/watch?v=BX4rDQO36UM

Media Contact
Company Name: Treepex Inc.
Contact Person: Bacho Khachidze
Email: bacho@treepex.com
Phone: +995 577 553425
Country: Georgia
Website: www.treepex.com