Smog vacuum cleaner turns pollution into jewelry

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Designed by Dutch company Studio Roosegaarde, the Smog Free Project is intended to clean the air and decrease pollution levels within the surrounding environment. It functions similarly to the air-purifying architectural panels we covered a number of years ago, but with a fashionable twist. The process begins with the Smog Free Tower. Mostly powered by wind, the Smog Free Tower uses the same amount of electricity as a water boiler and cleans 30,000 cubic meters of air per hour. Part of the studio’s social design focus, the Smog Free Tower was installed in Beijing, China, in September 2016, and is…

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