The real story behind good news about passive smoking

When researchers from the Sunday Mirror discovered how low the passive-smoking effect was in this wine bar in Folkestone compared with others nationwide, they failed to note the reason — three Honeywell air cleaners to remove smoke, volatile organic compounds, dust, smoke, allergens and other pollutants. The report in the newspaper said, ‘For some reason, Harvey’s Wine Bar fared better than the rest. Several friends did their best to blow smoke in my face during our visit, but the reading “only” registered the equivalent of one cigarette in three hours.’ The effect was less than a third of other typical ‘smoking’ bars visited. Bar manager Bob Mills observed, ‘Most regulars are smokers, and we respect their wish to smoke. I’m a non-smoker, so I’m delighted we have the Honeywell air cleaners, which do a great job in removing smoke and pollutants.’ The cleaners were installed and are serviced by Inn-House Technology of Colchester.
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