Case study Social Engagement
Nuaire took advantage of Clean Air Day to share information about air pollution with friends and colleagues, and to help raise awareness of the importance of clean air for health and wellbeing. Last summer, Nuaire hosted a class of 30 Year 3 children from Cwrt Rawlin Primary School in Caerphilly and organised an Air Quality Interactive Workshop, which featured fun presentations and scientific experiments looking at indoor air quality, how to reduce air pollutants in the home including positive input ventilation, and a Cyclone Ball game with teams challenged to remove the most ‘NOX particle’ balls. Children were also given a full factory tour, showing how ventilation products are made, from sheet metal being pressed to finished goods being loaded into delivery lorries.
The Big Bang Fair is an annual event designed to inspire students to take up a career in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). Here at the Big Bang Event at the Doncaster Racecourse, Mick Hirst, with 30+ years experience from the moulding shop at Broomhouse Lane, talks to interested schoolchildren about the production processes involved to transform raw materials into finished products.