Heard Of China's Smog Sucking Vaccum Tower? It's Actually Working.
As the world is proceeding towards modernization, global warming is crossing limits. Many experts around the globe are giving their best shot but the line isn't coming down any sooner. In this process, Studio Roosegaarde‘s smog-sucking vacuum tower has come up as a silver lining and is gaining limelight at lightening speed. After the Smog Free Tower at Beijing, that had by far cleared 55% of the air making it clearer than ever, more of them were set up in China.
#2 The 'Clean Air Temple'
According to Studio Roosegaarde, till date the tower had sucked in up to PM2.5 billions of fine particles helping in cutting down the smog mixed in the air.
As per the reports, the tower has been able to clear the dirt that equals 10 times that of Beijing's National Stadiums. The tower has gained so much fame that people in China have started calling it "clean air temple."
#1 Shines Bright Like A Diamond!
Not only does this amazing building sucks up the filth, it's even more famous for its yet another unique feature. The sucked in smog are being used to create Smog Free Diamond Rings, just like the ones in the past.
The idea all began when Daan Roosegaarde had visited Beijing. Studio Roosegaarde says, "over 80 percent of people dwelling in urban places are exposed to air-quality levels that exceed World Health Organisation limits."
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