Industrial development has brought prosperity to millions of people, but has also left a legacy of enviromental damage that continues to impact natural resources and ultimately the human well being. One of the largest problem now affecting the entire world is air pollution. As the world has industrialized and its population has grown, the problem of air has intensified. umans breath an average of over 3,000 gallons of air every day, according to the Enviromental Protection Agency (EPA), USA. Children have smaller body masses, so air pollution will affect them more quickly and more harmfully. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), an estimated 1.5 billion people are breathing dangerously high levels of pollution every day. WHO also reported that polluted air is one of the top ten causes of premature death worldwide. Therefore, it is important to find a sustainable sollution to treat the polluted air to allow us to lead a safe, secure and high quality life in harmony with the globale enviroment.