Air filtration management has played an important role in maintaining air quality, despite the increasing air pollution which has been worsening day by day. Due to the complex nature of the pollutants present in the air, the traditional air filtering materials produced from non-degradable plastics or glass fibers are facing a challenge in effectively removing the particulate pollutants, such as PM2.5, and gaseous pollutants, including toxic chemicals, and bacteria, among others. The materials used in the traditional filters are also non-degradable and end up in landfills. Therefore, to overcome this situation, sustainable air filters have been developed to meet the fast-growing community of air-filtration management solutions. The bio-degradability feature of the materials used to develop these sustainable air filters makes them a green solution. These materials used in the air filters are used in a wide range of applications providing high-performance air filtration services.

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The increasing use of sustainable air filters in a wide range of end-use applications, such as residential, commercial, and industrial, has impacted the industry dynamics. The switch from traditional filtration methods toward sustainable methods has paved the way for the widespread adoption of sustainable air filters across a wide range of applications.

Air filters are manufactured to remove air pollutants from the air and maintain the air quality index. In residential areas, these filters are installed in the heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems to clean the air. Nowadays, the same technology is used in portable air purifiers that cleanse the air in single rooms or specific areas. Most air filtration devices are designed to remove particles or gases, but some destroy, degrade, or transform contaminants that pass through them.

One of the major driving factors for the air filters industry over the years has been the increasing use of air filters across commercial sectors. Increased construction projects such as green projects across residential and industrial sectors have also increased the demand for sustainable air filters in recent years.

Government-funded as well as private construction projects are on the rise due to urbanization and increased private investments. Similarly, significant projects for construction, healthcare, and commercial sectors, among others, are under the planning phase. These factors have also contributed to the growth of sustainable air filters globally.

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However, certain factors, such as stringent environmental regulations, increasing demand for energy efficiency, and the rising problem of air pollution, have impeded the growth of the air filters industry. In order to overpower these challenges, companies have started to shift toward sustainable air filter management solutions gradually. Also, the development of green buildings and smart cities provides immense opportunities for the growing sustainable air filters market.