Smog-Eating Paint in the Phillipines Capitol
In an effort to stave off the rapant air pollution in Manila, graffiti artists were given a special paint that “reacts with light and water vapor to filter out nitrogen oxides.”
Manila is deploying the paint in the form of massive murals, which are both beautiful and, because of their size, effective. Eleven square feet of paint-covered surface can absorb as much pollution as a full-grown tree, and these murals are close to 11 THOUSAND square feet.
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