From Israel, eco aerosol uses nanotechnology in place of polluting gases
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Aerosols have long been known to be bad for the environment and although CFCs are largely a thing of the past, current versions still use nitrous oxide and CO2 — known greenhouse gases. Hailing from Israel, Greenspense claims to be an eco alternative that does away with propellants to create a non-pressurized aerosol dispenser. Typical spray cans need to be packaged in metal cylinders to hold the pressurized contents inside. Greenspense containers instead use a flexible bag which holds the contents. The bag is wrapped in an elastic sleeve which uses nanotechnology to squeeze the bag when the nozzle is…
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