SHARING IDEAS THAT DO GOOD

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Industrial

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QIuiJ74MhLg


 
24 January 2021 by ideaspy_09

COVID-19

https://www.abc.net.au/news/2020-08-01/sa-potential-coronavirus-vaccine-passes-first-phase/12514988


 
1 August 2020 by ideaspy_09

Agriculture

https://returntonow.net/2020/06/18/canadian-grocery-store-grows-its-own-organic-veggies-on-rooftop/?fbclid=IwAR2ObGaAwMFDk7czIgKfvbQhXHSDwX3RKHz6d1F8dkbofg1AAWW7fGiCw0Q


 
26 June 2020 by ideaspy_09

COVID-19

https://edition.cnn.com/2020/05/15/europe/german-cafe-noodle-distancing-scli-intl-grm/index.html?utm_term=link&utm_source=fbCNN&utm_content=2020-05-16T00%3A00%3A35&utm_medium=social&fbclid=IwAR3EAcccOyFn5orNoqdPbsUhbT1e0iVzIV3ykNp8NOfd2LhFIX1xL28N5lM


 
16 May 2020 by ideaspy_09

Wellbeing

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Bush fire affected community receives help from Fujitsu General Air
Late last year the Buxton School of Arts Community Hall was a comfortable refuge no for many impacted by the Green Wattle Creek bush fires. A focal point for the community, it will now be even more comfortable for community groups following the donation of an air conditioning system by Fujitsu General Australia.Some of the activities the hall holds include:- education programs and conferences- free family movie nights- digital community history events- social wellbeing events such as craft This demonstrates how corporate organisations can assist local communities for the greater good.
17 April 2020 by ideaspy_09

COVID-19

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Air purification combats airborne and surface-to-person viruses in buildings
Johnson Controls is introducing the AtmosAir™ solution to the Australian market in response to the urgent need for a product that can help reduce the spread of viruses such as COVID-19 through indoor air systems, including commercial air conditioning. The system also restores oxygen ion levels and treats germs before they infect people by continuously disinfecting the air.  The bipolar ions intercept infected particles causing them to agglomerate and fall out of the air, actively reducing microorganisms that collect on surfaces (a common source of infection) including bacteria, fungi, mold, spores and airborne viruses such as coronavirus.
7 April 2020 by ideaspy_09