Pigeon Droppings Transformed Into Soap To Clean Up Cities [Video]

Pigeon Droppings Transformed Into Soap To Clean Up Cities [Video]
Innovation

Known as "flying rats," these birds are scrubbing up their negative image with a new concept project.

Yi Chen
  • 16 january 2013

London-based Cohen Van Balen plans to use pigeons to make the city a cleaner place. The Pigeon d’Or project features selected birds being fed specially designed food. Instead of just seeds, the birds also end up eating a certain bacteria that can turn their droppings into tiny bits of soap.

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