Chinaz.com, May 26th news recently, Haier held a global Workshop on indoor air purification and human health in Beijing, and reported that the expert representative of the World Health Organization issued the “global health air leader brand” for Haier. In response, who issued a report on air pollution untrue yesterday, and severely attacked Haier, which also put Haier in a very awkward position.
It is reported that in May 17th, Haier held a global Workshop on indoor air purification and human health in Beijing, and invited WHO experts to represent Wang Hongcai to the platform. In response to the seminar, media reports said that experts from World Health Organization issued the “global health air leader brand” for Haier. The WHO official said that the WHO did not give Haier or any other manufacturer the “global health air leader brand”, nor did it make any evaluation or assessment of Haier’s air-conditioned products or services.
WHO also pointed out that Wang Hongcai was not a WHO employee, nor an expert on WHO. Wang Hongcai’s remarks and actions do not represent WHO and WHO is not responsible for their statements. And emphasized that no WHO staff participated in the seminar.
The following is the full text of the official statement of the WHO:
The WHO representative office in China was informed that some media reports about WHO recently contained misinformation and misleading information about air pollution.
The World Health Organization is committed to disseminating accurate, scientific and reasonable information to promote public health discussions so that the public can make wise decisions on their health. Who reserves the right to fabricate and disseminate legal liability related to who’s false information acts through legal means.
The official statement of who on air pollution is reported below. It is requested that the relevant media correct or delete the following false reports on its platform.
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The media reports, “the expert representative of the World Health Organization issued the” global health air leader brand “for Haier”, “the World Health Organization experts approved the Haier air conditioning ‘air making'”, “the WHO Expert representative: Haier air conditioning to win the global air pollution control war to make a demonstration and demonstration.”
The WHO stated that the WHO did not give Haier or any other manufacturer the “global health air leader brand”, nor did it make any evaluation or assessment of Haier’s air-conditioned products or services.
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Media reports, “Wang Hongcai, a WHO expert, said that Haier air conditioners are hoping to develop more advanced technologies and products to contribute to global air governance.”
WHO statement: Wang Hongcai is not a WHO employee, nor an expert on WHO. Wang Hongcai’s remarks and actions do not represent WHO and WHO is not responsible for their statements.
According to WHO, Wang Hongcai is an employee of acupuncture Hospital of Chinese Academy of Chinese Medical Sciences. The hospital is the WHO traditional medicine cooperation center, but the cooperation center is not part of WHO. Its employees do not work for the WHO. The hospital staff’s remarks do not represent WHO.
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Media reports, “the head of the WHO China Representative” and “the representative of the WHO experts”, attended the Global Workshop on indoor air purification and human health held in Beijing in May 17, 2018.
The WHO stated that no WHO employees participated in the seminar, including WHO experts and staff of the representative office in China, who were not present at the conference.
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Some media reports, “WHO expert Wang Hongcai said that 90% of indoor air pollution comes from air conditioning.”
WHO declares that the main source of indoor air pollution in China is the combustion of solid fuels (biomass or coal) for cooking or heating. Get more information by clicking.
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Some media reported that after 8 minutes of cleaning the clean air conditioning system of Haier, the content of indoor pollutants decreased to 5 g/m (microgram per cubic meter), which was superior to that of the Swiss Air of 7 micron g/m, which was better than the health air of the WHO in the air quality standards.
The WHO stated that the WHO guidelines for air quality of particulate matter, ozone, nitrogen dioxide and sulfur dioxide (2005 global update) suggested that the daily average of PM2. 5 was not more than 25 micrograms per cubic meter, with an annual average of not more than 10 micrograms per cubic meter. This proposal is not a safety value. In fact, the WHO has pointed out that there is no evidence that there is a safety threshold, that exposure below that concentration does not have the expected health effects.