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Chinese consumers rush to buy anti-smog products   

Beijing is once again under a "red alert" for smog, and it appears China's smog problem is now becoming big business. CNN's Matt Rives reports.


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Well there is no doubt that living in pollution like we see in Beijing can be harmful to your health, and frankly the longer the smog lingers it can get you a bit down, but people always say focus on the positives, and there are positives here, specifically positive profits, there is an entire industry here in Beijing focused on helping people deal with pollution, air purifiers for apartments or homes are some of the first things that expats buy when they arrive in Beijing, and the Chinese public is starting to buy them too, more aware than ever of the harmful effects of pollution, and if you want to know just how effective those purifiers are, there is a product for that too, this little device known as the laser egg is a product built right here in Beijing that will tell you how good or bad the air quality is inside your home. After the first red alert for pollution earlier this month, the company says it sold out its entire supply in under a day, and then there is masks, as ubiquitous on Beijing streets as cars and scooters, they are becoming more and more popular here, never more visible than when the air quality is like it is right now. Disposable masks like this one here have been prevalent for some time, but masks designed for longer term use are grabbing more and more market share, we recently spoke with one young British entrepreneur who started his own mask company here within the last few months, and business is good.
Since September we've had about 40% monthly growth since we started, so it's been very quick, and with the red alerts being issued in Beijing in December this year, that's certainly focused a lot of minds and attention on the air pollution, it led to a big bump up in sales, we are actually completely out of stock at the moment.
And this pollution is not going anywhere anytime fast, so you'd imagine there is a lot more room for growth in this industry, and then there is this, this is an aerosol can filled with air from the Canadian Rocky mountains, a company there just started selling this year in China and says so far they've sold hundreds of bottles, you take a breath of the fresh air, it's a bit of awkward, but it is definitely fresh, and at $30 a can, apparently you can put a price on fresh air.
Matt Rives, CNN, Beijing.



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Well there is no doubt that living in pollution like we see in Beijing can be harmful to your health, and frankly the longer the smog lingers it can get you a bit down.But people always say focus on the positives, and there are positives here, specifically positive profits. There is an entire industry here in Beijing focused on helping people deal with pollution. Air purifiers for apartments or homes are some of the first things that expected by when they arrive in Beijing, and the Chinese public is starting to buy them too, more aware than ever of the harmful effects of pollution. And if you want to know just how effective those purifiers are, there is a product for that too. This little device known as the laser egg is a product built right here in Beijing that will tell you how good or bad the air quality is inside your home. After the first red alert for pollution earlier this month, the company says it sold out its entire supply in under a day. And then there is masks, as ubiquitous on Beijing streets as cars and scooters, they are becoming more and more popular here, never more visible than when the air quality is like it is right now. Disposable masks like this one here have been prevalent for some time, but masks designed for longer term use are grabbing more and more market share, we recently spoke with one young British entrepreneur who started his own mask company here within the last few months, and business is good.
"Since September we've had about 40% monthly growth since we started, so it's been very quick. And with the red alerts being issued in Beijing in December this year, that's certainly focused a lot of minds and attention on the air pollution, it led to a big bump up in sales, we are actually completely out of stock at the moment."

And this pollution is not going anywhere anytime fast, so you'd imagine there is a lot more room for growth in this industry. And then there is this. This is an aerosol can filled with air from the Canadian Rocky mountains, a company there just started selling this year in China and says so far they've sold hundreds of bottles. You take a breath of the fresh air, it's a bit of awkward, but it is definitely fresh. And at 30 dollars a can, apparently you can put a price on fresh air.
Matt Rives, CNN, Beijing
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well there is no doubt that living inpollution like we see in Beijingcan be harmful to your health. And frankly the longer the smog linger it canget you a bit down, but people always say focus on the positives and there arepositives here specifically positive profits. There is an entire industry herein Beijingfocused on helping people deal with pollution. Air purifiers for appartments or homes are some of the first things that some expats buy when theyarrive in Beijing.The Chinese public is starting to buy them too. More aware than than ever ofthe harmful effects of pollution. and if you want to know just how effectivethose purifiers are. there is a product for that too, this little device knownas the laser egg is a product built right here in Beijing that will tell you how good or badthe air quality is inside your home. After the first red alert for pollutionearlier this month, the company says it sold out its entire supply in under aday.then there is masks, as ubiquitous on Beijing's streets as cars andscooters, they are becoming more and more popular here never more visiblethan when the air quality is like it is right now. Disposable masks like this one here have been prevalent for sometime. but masks designed for longer term use are grabbing more and more market share.We recently spoke with one young British entrepreneur, who started his own mask company here within the last few month and business is good. Since Septermber, we've have about 40 percent monthly growth since we start, so it's been very quick, and with the red alerts being issued in Beijing in December this year, that certainly focused on a lot of minds and attention on the air pollution issue,and it led to a big bump up in sales, we are actually completely out of stock at the moment.
And this pollution isn't going anywhere anytime fast, so you would imagine there is a lot more room for growth in this industry, and then there is this. this is an aerosol can filled with air from the Canadian rocky mountains. a company there just started selling this year in China and says that so far they have sold hundreds of bottles. You take a breath of the fresh air, it's a little bit awkward but it is definitely fresh. and at 13 dollars a can, apparently you can put a price on fresh air. XXX, CNN, Beijing.
                                                   
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  Well there is no doubt that living in pollution like we see in Beijing cna be harmful to your health, and frankly the longer the smog lingers, it can get you a bit down. But people always say focus on the positivs, and there are positives here, specifically positive profits.There is an entire industry here in Beijing focused on helping people deal with  pollution.Air purifiers for apartments or homes are some of the first things that experts buy when they arrive in Beijing, and the China public is starting to buy them too, more aware than ever of the harmful effects of the pollution.If you want to know how effective those purifiers are, there is a product for that ,too. This little device known as Laser Egg is a product built right here in Beijing that will tell you how good or bad the air quality is inside your home . After the first red alert for pollution earlier this month, the company says it sold out its entire supply in under a day.And then there is masks, as ubiquitous on Beijing streets as cars and scooters, they are becoming more and more popular here never more visible than when the air quality is like it is right now.Disposable masks like this one here have been prevelant for some time, but masks designed for longer term use are grabbing more and more market share. We recently spoke with one young British entrepreneur who started his own mask company here within the last few  month and business is good.
  Since september, we have had about 40 percent growth. Since we started, the surge's been very quick. And with red alert still being issued in Beijing in December this year, that certainly focused a lot of minds and attentions on the pollution issue and led to a big bumpup in sales. We are actually completely out of stock at the moment.
  And this pollution isn't going anywhere anytime fast,you'd imaging there is a lot more room for growth in this industry. And there's this.This is an aerosol can filled with air from the Canadian Rocky Mountains. A company there just started selling this here in China and says so far they have sold hundreds of bottles.
  You take a breath of the fresh air. It's a little bit awkward but it's definitely fresh ,and at thirty dollars a can,apparently you can't put a price on fresh air.
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There is no doubt that ...living in Beijing can be harmful to your health. Frankly ,the longer the smog linger, it can get you a big down.
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well there is no doubt that living inpollution like we see in Beijingcan be harmful to your health. And frankly the longer the smog linger it canget you a bit down, but people always say focus on the positives and there arepositives here specifically positive profits. There is an entire industry herein Beijingfocused on helping people deal with pollution. Air purifiers for appartments or homes are some of the first things that some expats buy when theyarrive in Beijing.The Chinese public is starting to buy them too. More aware than than ever ofthe harmful effects of pollution. and if you want to know just how effectivethose purifiers are. there is a product for that too, this little device knownas the laser egg is a product built right here in Beijing that will tell you how good or badthe air quality is inside your home. After the first red alert for pollutionearlier this month, the company says it sold out its entire supply in under aday.then there is masks, as ubiquitous on Beijing's streets as cars andscooters, they are becoming more and more popular here never more visiblethan when the air quality is like it is right now. Disposable masks like this one here have been prevalent for sometime. but masks designed for longer term use are grabbing more and more market share.We recently spoke with one young British entrepreneur, who started his own mask company here within the last few month and business is good. Since Septermber, we've have about 40 percent monthly growth since we start, so it's been very quick, and with the red alerts being issued in Beijing in December this year, that certainly focused on a lot of minds and attention on the air pollution issue,and it led to a big bump up in sales, we are actually completely out of stock at the moment.
And this pollution isn't going anywhere anytime fast, so you would imagine there is a lot more room for growth in this industry, and then there is this. this is an aerosol can filled with air from the Canadian rocky mountains. a company there just started selling this year in China and says that so far they have sold hundreds of bottles. You take a breath of the fresh air, it's a little bit awkward but it is definitely fresh. and at 13 dollars a can, apparently you can put a price on fresh air. XXX, CNN, Beijing.
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While there is no doubt that living in pollution like we see in Beijing can be harmful to your health and frankly, the longer the smog lingers, it can get you a bit down. But people always say “focus on the positives” here, specifically positive profits. There is an entire industry here in Beijing focused on helping people deal with pollution. Air purifiers for apartment or homes are some of the first things that expats buy when they arrive in Beijing. And the Chinese public is staring to buy them too, all aware than ever that the harmful effects of pollution. And if you want to know just how those purifiers are, there is a product for that too. This little device known as the laser egg is a product built right here in Beijing that will tell you how good or bad the air quality is inside your home. After the first red alert for pollution earlier this month, the company says it sold out its entire supply in under a day. And then there is masks, as ubiquitous on Beijing streets as cars and scooters. They are becoming more and more popular here, never more visible than when the air quality is like it is right now.

Disposable masks like this one here have been prevalent for some time, but masks designed for a longer term use are grabbing more and more market share. We recently spoke with one young British entrepreneur, who started his own mask company here within the last few months, and business is good.

“Since September we’ve had about 40% monthly growth since we started, so it’s been very quick. And with the red alerts being issued in Beijing in December this year, that’s certainly focused a lot of minds and attention on the air pollution issue. It led to a big bump up in sales. We are actually completely out of stock at the moment.”

And this pollution isn’t going anywhere any time fast, so you’d imagine there’s a lot more room for growth in this industry. And then there is this. This is an aerosol can filled with the air from the Canadian Rocky Mountains. A company there just started selling this year in China and says at so far they’ve sold hundreds of bottles. You take a breath of the fresh air, it’s a little bit awkward, but it is definitely fresh. And that $30 a can, apparently you can put a price on fresh air.

Matt Rivers, CNN, Beijing.
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There is no doubt living in a place we see in beijing can be harmful to your health. Frankly, the longer the smog lingers ,it can get you a bit down.  But people always say focus on the positive side. And there  r positives here. specifically, positive profits. there is a whole industry here in Beijing focus on  helping people deal with pollution. air purifiers for apartment and homes are someone’s  first thing that experts but when they arrive in beijing. and chinese public is starting to  buying them too, more aware than ever and the harmful fax of pollution. If you want to know just how effective those purifiers are. There is a product for that too. This  little device known as lazer egg will tell you here in beijing how good or bad  the air quality inside your home. after the first red alert for air pollution this month earlier, the company says it sold out its entire supply under a day.  Then there is  masks as you see ?on beijing street, as the cars, students ,? They are become more and more popular here never more visible when the air quality is like this right now. disposable masks like has been pervalent for some time. But masks design for longer term use are grasping more and more market share. Recently ,we spoke with a british young start-up entreupreneur who starts his own mask company within a few months and business is good. Since september we had a 40 percent monthly growth since we started, so it has been very quick. With the regular ? in beijing in december this year that certainly that focus on a lot of minds are pollution issues.??? We actually out of stock this moment.  the pollution isn’t going anywhere fast so you can image there is much room growth of this industry. Then  there is this. This is an air soft, filled with air from Canadian Rocky Mountain. A company is just starting to sell this in China and said so far they have sold hundreds of bottles. Take breath of the fresh air, is awkward. But definitely it is fresh and 30 dollars a can apparently you can put a price on fresh air.
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HW Well there is no doubt that living in pollution like we see in Beijing can be harmful to your health, and frankly the longer the smog lingers it can get you a bit down, but people always say focus on the positives, and there are positives here, specifically positive profits, there is an entire industry here in Beijing focused on helping people deal with pollution, air purifiers for apartments or homes are some of the first things that expats buy when they arrive in Beijing, and the Chinese public is starting to buy them too, more aware than ever of the harmful effects of pollution, and if you want to know just how effective those purifiers are, there is a product for that too, this little device known as the laser egg is a product built right here in Beijing that will tell you how good or bad the air quality is inside your home. After the first red alert for pollution earlier this month, the company says it sold out its entire supply in under a day, and then there is masks, as ubiquitous on Beijing streets as cars and scooters, they are becoming more and more popular here, never more visible than when the air quality is like it is right now. Disposable masks like this one here have been prevalent for some time, but masks designed for longer term use are grabbing more and more market share, we recently spoke with one young British entrepreneur who started his own mask company here within the last few months, and business is good.
Since September we've had about 40% monthly growth since we started, so it's been very quick, and with the red alerts being issued in Beijing in December this year, that's certainly focused a lot of minds and attention on the air pollution, it led to a big bump up in sales, we are actually completely out of stock at the moment.
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