SinglePoint Inc. Subsidiary, BOX Pure Air, Receives Nearly $2M Purchase Order with North Carolina School District for Full Implementation of AIRBOX™ Air Purifiers to Address Indoor Air Quality – Yahoo Finance

Indoor air pollution can have a harmful impact on schools’ staff and students

Apex™, Peak™ & Mesa™ units are scheduled to be deployed to improve indoor air quality district-wide

Approximately $190 billion of federal funds have been allocated for schools and are now being deployed to improve indoor air quality

$120 billion is specifically allocated for indoor air quality improvements

PHOENIX, Jan. 14, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — SinglePoint Inc. (OTCQB: SING) (“SinglePoint” or the “Company”) subsidiary BOX Pure Air, a company dedicated to creating safe, clean indoor air zones to improve overall air quality and general health, today announced the receipt of a purchase order from a North Carolina school district to fully implement a clean indoor air solution utilizing the AirBox™ Apex, Peak and Mesa units. This is the Company’s first larger purchase totaling nearly $2.0M dollars. The North Carolina school district is implementing a full campus solution customized to the specific needs within the various indoor rooms’ combination of units. AIRBOX AIR PURIFIERS™ are commercial-grade solution built in the USA that uses Certified HEPA filtration with high velocity to affect the dynamic room air flow for a comprehensive pathogen hardened solution. AirBox is high quality, requires low maintenance, is easy to use and offers a 5-year warranty on all products.

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“The team at BOX Pure Air, have collaborated with this district since the early spring of 2021 in order to create safe indoor air environments. We are pleased with their decision to move forward with our Made in the USA Commercial AIRBOX Air Purification Units that utilize Certified HEPA filtration distributed by BOX Pure Air. This is the first full implementation order of an entire district and although this district represents less than 25 schools, we are in active discussions with several other individual schools and small, medium and large school districts. The indications of interest from school Superintendents, Facilities Managers and other key decision makers continues to accelerate and we continue to see incremental increases in orders coinciding with actual availability of the federal funding,” stated Ryan Cowell, CEO of BOX Pure Air.

EPA studies of human exposure to air pollutants indicate that indoor levels of pollutants may be two to five times — and occasionally more than 100 times — higher than outdoor levels. These levels of indoor air pollutants are of particular concern, because most people spend about 90 percent of their time indoors.

School districts are increasingly interested in providing cleaner indoor air quality in areas of the building where it can be difficult to enforce social distancing. In addition to COVID, the common cold and flu often rapidly spreads throughout schools during the winter months. This causes many students and faculty undue missed days of school impacting both the child’s education and their families at home. The national government funding that is now being deployed will enable the schools to purchase high efficiency portable air purification units that utilize certified HEPA filtration to improve the health and well-being of students and staff within our nation’s schools.

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