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Happy New Year! 新年快樂!

Happy New Year! 新年快樂! The team at Embee hopes everyone in Hong Kong and Macau is staying safe and enjoying their time off during these Chinese New Year holidays. While we always have staff on hand to answer any queries, the warehouse team are taking a well-earned break this week, and so please be patient with any orders placed over the holiday period or immediately before it. As always, if you have any queries please don't hesitate to contact us....

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Embee Christmas Sale

As we enter the winter months, which typically bring Hong Kong's worst air quality, Embee is pleased to bring a little Christmas cheer with an across the range Christmas sale. For the rest of this month, all of our IQAir replacement filters are available for an additional 10% off, on top of the typical 30% saving we offer over IQAir branded filters; and as always, delivery is free. So if your IQAir PreMax, V5-Cell, or HyperHEPA filter lights are amber...

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NTU and Chinese University study links rising lung cancers with air pollution

A global research team, including members from Singapore's NTU and Hong Kong's Chinese University, has published the results of an investigation into the link between smoking, air pollution, and cancer incidences worldwide between 1990 and 2012. The study - "Rise and fall of lung cancers in relation to tobacco smoking and air pollution: A global trend analysis from 1990 to 2012" - sought to examine the reasons behind falling rates of certain lung cancers and rising rates of others. Specifically,...

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Government announces Clean Air Plan for Hong Kong 2035

The Hong Kong Government yesterday announced the Clean Air Plan for Hong Kong 2035, the first major update to air quality objectives since the release of the Clean Air Plan in 2013. The full report can be found here: The plan covers six major "areas of action": Green Transport Liveable Environment Comprehensive Emissions Reduction Clean Energy Scientific Management Regional Collaboration While admirable in scope, the plan is heavy on buzzwords, but light on specific targets and deliverables. The stated...

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Sham Shui Po PM2.5 levels hit 117µg/m³ after ship fire

PM2.5 levels at Sham Shui Po rose as high as 117 µg/m³ on Wednesday after a 100-metre long vessel carrying over a million kilograms of metal waste caught fire at 5:26pm (June-2). The animation below clearly shows the progression of the toxic cloud, which moved slowly north until dissipating at around 5am on Thursday. As reported by the SCMP1, law enforcement sources said that the fire's emissions were not toxic, according to tests carried out by firefighters. Regardless of the...

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