There have been many things labeled “organic” that I have seen, but rarely do you see someone advertising organic air. While I have no idea what makes air organic, or non-organic, it seems as though this particular air-cleaner has pin-pointed this subject matter. There are a lot of things floating around in the air we breathe, so I suppose it’s better that it’s as natural as possible.
Going by the name of the Organic Air Scrubbing Purifier, this device aims to do exactly as its name implies. Using a fan to draw in impurities in the air, a combination of an organic enzyme and water will annihilate any organic matter such as mold, viruses, and pet dander. Many traditional filtration systems can’t remove pollutants smaller than 0.3 microns, but this purifier destroys VOCs (gases emitted by paint, cleaning supplies, bacteria, and other allergens). This super-clean air will cost you though, as it comes with a $400 price tag.