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November 16, 2010
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AAF International, manufacturer of AmericanAirFilter and AAF products, announced its partnership with ten Habitat for Humanity affiliates in the United States and Canada. AAF International provided truckloads of air filtration products to be used in Habitat homes built by these affiliates.

“AAF International is happy to contribute to an organization such as Habitat for Humanity who is committed to creating long-term financial security for families by building affordable housing around the world,” said Paul Marold, Chief Operating Officer Americas, AAF International. “As a manufacturer of air filtration products, we understand the importance of clean air and how it relates to the well being of people.”

AAF International supplied air filters to Habitat for Humanity of Greater Indianapolis, Lexington Habitat for Humanity, Lancaster Area Habitat for Humanity, Habitat for Humanity of Greater Pittsburgh, Atlanta Habitat for Humanity, Habitat for Humanity Riverside California, Dallas Area Habitat for Humanity, Habitat for Humanity of Chester County, Halifax Habitat for Humanity and Habitat for Humanity Mississauga. Each affiliate will install air filters in the homes being built, to help remove particles such as dust mites, pet dander, mold spores, and smoke particles.

“We are so grateful that AAF International is working in communities to help make simple, affordable housing possible for low-income families,” said Bill Hall, CEO, Dallas Area Habitat for Humanity. “This partnership is making a difference in communities across the country.
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