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MayAir wins inaugural Bluetech Award

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MayAir Group PLC
17 December 2015

17 December 2015


MayAir Group plc

("MayAir" or the "Group")


MayAir wins inaugural Bluetech Award from Clean Air Alliance of China


MayAir Group plc (AIM: MAYA.L), a leading provider of air filtration and clean air technology in the industrial, commercial and residential markets, is pleased to announce that it has received the inaugural Bluetech Award for its patented double-stage filtration system to improve indoor air quality in industrial and commercial buildings from the Clean Air Alliance of China (CAAC), a collaboration of academic institutions and public, private and non-profit organisations dedicated to improving air quality in China.


Mr Yap Wee Keong, Chief Executive Officer of MayAir, said: "We are honoured to have been granted the inaugural Bluetech Award from the Clean Air Alliance of China, which is testament to the strength of our technology and its global competitiveness. It is particularly timely given recent well-publicised events in Beijing and at COP 21 in Paris."


Launched by the CAAC this year, the Bluetech Award recognises the best international air pollution prevention and control technologies, with this year's focus being on diesel engine pollution control; VOC substitution, prevention and control; straw recycling and indoor air purification. MayAir was awarded the accolade based on an assessment of its technology that examined performance and test results to look for breakthrough potential in terms of environmental impact, technical performance and financial viability. The Group was one of five recipients of the award, who were selected from 56 applicants from across the US, Australia, EU, Southeast Asia and mainland China.


MayAir's solution combines an electrostatic air filter and media air filter that can trap over 90% of airborne particulates that are smaller than 2.5 micrometres (PM2.5). Installed in buildings' air handling units, the technology is energy-efficient and cost-effective, with low ozone emission.


"We are delighted by the substantial commitments secured at COP 21 with measures being taken by many countries, including China," Mr Yap continued. "Against this backdrop, the requirement for our technology and solutions - which provide clean indoor air for Chinese factories, airports, metro stations, commercial buildings and even residential premises - is clear, and MayAir will continue to work relentlessly to offer best-in-class products for addressing these major challenges."




MayAir Group plc

Yap Wee Keong, Chief Executive Officer

+603 8961 2908

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About MayAir


MayAir Group plc (AIM: MAYA.L), is one of the market leaders in providing air purification solutions for use in industrial cleanrooms, and has supplied large multinational manufacturers. Founded in 2001, the Group's core business historically has been in providing fan filter units (FFUs) air filtering equipment for use in industrial cleanrooms, an area in which it has established itself as one of the leading providers in China. Since 2011, the Group has begun to diversify its product offering, increasingly implementing its strategy of expanding its business to include indoor clean air solutions for the commercial and residential markets. Key large flagship commercial customers so far include SOHO Galaxy Beijing and Huawei.  The Group has an extensive IP portfolio, is ISO certified for quality management systems (9001:2008) and environment (14001:2004) and its products are certified by CE (European Union) and UL (Underwriters Laboratories, an American worldwide safety consulting and certification company). For additional information please visit: 



About CAAC


Clean Air Alliance of China (CAAC), initiated by 10 key Chinese academic and technical institutions in clean air field, aims at providing an integrated clean air collaboration platform in China for academic and technical institutions, provinces and cities, non-profit organizations and enterprises. The overarching goal is to improve air quality in China and mitigate the negative impacts on public health due to air pollution. The members of CAAC include academic institutions, provinces & cities, as well as other nonprofit organizations and enterprises that care about clean air. 


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