Smog-Eating Buildings Remove Pollutants From The Air

Smog-Eating Buildings Remove Pollutants From The Air
Design

Structures that have a titanium dioxide coating applied to an aluminum surface help clean themselves and the air around them.

Emma Hutchings
  • 1 may 2012

Alcoa has unveiled one of the first commercial building installations of its Reynobond with EcoClean technology, which was implemented at Vancouver’s Olympic Village last year. These architectural panels, made from aluminum with a titanium dioxide coating, clean themselves and the air around them.

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