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July 2009 Newsletter

Rabbit Air Receives Technology Award

Selected 2009 U.S. Small Business Administration's "Innovation Through Technology Business of the Year" for Los Angeles

Last month, Rabbit Air received the "Innovation Through Technology Business of the Year" Award from the Small Business Administration (SBA) Los Angeles District Office as recognition for their commitment to creating the most innovative and efficient air purification system.

For instance, with the Rabbit Air's bioengineered HEPA filtration which traps and reduces allergens down to 0.3 microns in size, Rabbit Air offers impeccable filtration to reduce pet dander, dust mites, pollen, mold and other allergens. In addition, Rabbit Air's Brushless Direct Current Motor reduces the problem of noisy brushes and wasted energy due to friction, not to mention brush wear and tear.

The San Gabriel Valley Tribune recognized Rabbit Air's achievement and current expansion, adding, "the business has expanded […], and they are adding employees at a time when many businesses are laying them off."

About The Small Business Administration:
The SBA was formed over fifty years ago as an independent agency of the federal government to aid, counsel, assist and protect the interests of small business concerns, to preserve free competitive enterprise and to maintain and strengthen the overall economy of our nation.


Fast facts about Air Pollution:

1. Diesel exhaust can also contain an estimated total of 450 different chemicals, about 40 of which are listed by the California Environmental Protection Agency as toxic air contaminants with negative effects on health and the environment.

2. A recent California Air Resources Board (CARB) report quantified some of the health impacts caused by diesel exhaust from freight transport in California; it found 2,400 premature deaths, 2,830 hospital admissions, 360,000 missed workdays, and 1,100,000 missed days of school in 2005

3. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), about 2 million premature deaths are caused each year due to air pollution in cities across the world.