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This Is Abdou Barmini; The Nigerian Inventor Who Purifies Industrial Smoke Using Apfi.

Perhaps it’s “made in Nigeria” apparatus could, if produced on a large scale, help save the planet.
Apfi (Industrial Smoke Purification System) is used to purify industrial smoke, which is released to the atmosphere and is an important source of global warming. It works with an electric motor.

“There are already air purifiers in the market, But they are not intended for industrial exploitation, My device has been designed to treat smoke from industries, ” explains Abdou Barmini, inventor of Apfi Barelec.


According to calculations by the World Health Organization, 3 million people die each year from the effects of air pollution. Pollution caused largely by the pollutants most harmful to public health: carbon monoxide, ozone, nitrogen dioxide and sulfur dioxide. Particulate matter discharged into nature, especially by industries.

“We want to contribute, at our level, to the reduction of pollution of the environment with a typical Nigerian company,” said this senior technician in electrical engineering, guest of the program “Africa Avenir”.



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