In 1867, the aristocratic family born in the Royal Garden of London, Kensington Park, was deeply influenced by the family warriors and the Lord. Bruce developed a firm and hard-working character. The influence of the growing environment and the natural beauty of the royal garden ignited Bruce's interest in nature and life.
At the end of the 19th century, the development of the British industry, industrial pollution and steam coal intensified, coupled with London's temperate maritime climate, air humidity, so the annual foggy day in London is about 90 days, making London a well-known "far" Fog".
In 1902, Bruce, who specializes in nature and life sciences, gradually turned his attention to environmental air pollution, organized and participated in several polar expeditions, and set up a permanent air weather monitoring station on Greenland in the Arctic Circle. However, due to the weakening of the concept of air pollution at that time, the research results were not given due attention. At the same time, he entered the University of Edinburgh Medical School and unreservedly contributed his research to future generations.
In 1919, as his health deteriorated until his death in 1921, he was often completely forgotten by hospitalization.
From December 4 to 9, 1952, there was an appalling "London Smoke Incident" in the UK. In the five days of heavy fog, according to British official statistics, more than 5,000 people were killed, and within two months. There are 8,000 people who have died.
In 1956, the British government enacted the world's first air pollution prevention and control law - the Clean Air Act.
Until 1959, Bruce's research and discovery in Greenland was finally re-discovered and reused. His family played a vital role. As early as Bruce's tenure at the University of Edinburgh, with the help of his wife's family, he began. Set out to transform your professional research into practical air purification system equipment. After Bruce's death, the family worked tirelessly. In 1960, a dual-cycle eco-friendly home air purification system was finally introduced. The family combined the name of Bruce's childhood nickname (Blue) and his favorite Greenland.
Name this air purification system as“Blue&Green”-Fable: fresh air between the blue sky and green.