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Case Study: Auckland Airport Finds Big Energy Savings With Steril-Aire UVC Emitters


Becoming a major gateway to green. That’s precisely what New Zealand’s Auckland airport’s newly remodeled international passenger terminal was tasked with in 2007.

New Zealand’s largest commercial building, handling 13 million passenger movements per year, had a goal to reduce its carbon footprint by 5% before 2012. The airport actually reached that goal two years ahead of schedule, and much of that success was directly linked to the decrease in energy expenditure of its HVAC systems.

Find out more about how Steril-Aire UVC Emitters helped save energy in the HVAC system, reduce the airport's carbon footprint and offer passengers and tenants better indoor air quality by downloading a case study here.

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