Sunday, November 27, 2016

Tower Vacuums Up Smog

The Smog Free Project is an air-vacuuming tower that stands 23 feet (7 meters) tall and is capable of capturing and collecting more than 75% of the pm2.5 and pm10 airborne smog particles and emitting a circular zone of clean air. There are towers in Rotterdam and in Beijing.


Meet the World's First Smog Filtering Tower from Futurism on Vimeo.

Dutch social design lab Studio Roosegaarde, creator of the project, plans to compress collected smog particles into ‘smog free’ jewelry as a tangible souvenir of the project.

More here 

Thanks Bruce!

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