Pollution Absorbing Wallpaper

Pollution Absorbing Wallpaper

An innovative material acts as both decoration and air cleaner.

Dan Gould
  • 21 september 2010

Yesterday we wrote about a building that breathes, and now word comes of Saratech Permasorb Wallpaper, a special type of breathable material that can capture and store pollutants. The paper contains thousands of tiny absorbing spheres (seen above) with very high interior surface areas that can absorb both airborne pollution and contaminants found in the construction materials of the building itself.

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