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Lydall testing air filter system to convert CO2 into oxygen on Mars with NASA rover, CEO says – CNBC

“We’re not only protecting people and the environment on Earth, we’re starting to do it on Mars as well,” Lydall CEO Sara Greenstein told CNBC.

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A filtration materials company that watched its stock rise amid the need for protective gear to guard against Covid-19 is testing ways to make breathing possible on another planet.
Lydall, which the federal government contracted to help replenish the U.S. stockpile of personal protection equipment, supplied the National Aeronautics and Space Administration with HEPA-grade filtration media that’s being used to produce oxygen on Mars, according to CEO Sara Greenstein.
“We’re not only protecting people…

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