Member - Blue Box

Blue Box is a patented innovation for reducing energy use and improving indoor air quality in the built environment.

Type Company
Founded 2016
Company Size 50
Member Type
Innovator
Founders Jim Metropoulos
Headquarters Gardena, CA 90248, USA
Social network

About

There has never been an effective way to treat and disinfect the coils in an HVAC system. This means nearly all HVAC systems worldwide are running fouled, inefficient and unhealthy. Blue Box solves this with its patented process for pushing antimicrobial foam through any depth of coil, delivering near perfect surface area coverage. By solving how coils can be treated, Blue Box addresses some of the biggest problems faced by commercial and industrial HVAC systems, such as “Hospital Acquired Infections”, “Dirty Socks Syndrome”, and “Sick Building Syndrome”. The result is a low-cost model for companies to extend their equipment life, reducing CO2 and energy consumption, all while providing improved air quality. The Blue Box process is now being widely adopted by hospitals, hospitality groups, industrial facilities, commercial real estate firms, and Universities as a new model for achieving energy efficiency gains, improving indoor air quality and managing HVAC assets.
Headquarters Gardena, CA 90248, USA

SDG’s of application

The Sustainable Development Goals are a call to action to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure peace and prosperity everywhere.
SDG 6
Clean Water and
Sanitation
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SDG 7
Affordable and
Clean Energy
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SDG 9
Industry, Innovation
and Infrastructure
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SDG 11
Sustainable Cities
and Communities
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SDG 12
Responsible Consumption
and production
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Efficient Solutions

Labelled Solutions from Blue Box

The Solar Impulse Efficient Solution label seeks to bridge the gap between ecology and economy, bringing together protection of the environment and financial viability to show that these solutions are not expensive fixes to problems, but rather opportunities for clean economic growth.