China To Deploy Smog-Clearing Drones To Control Pollution
Unmanned aircraft will freeze pollutants in midair with 176 pounds of chemicals.
China recently declared a “war on pollution” and has decided that drones will be on the front lines. The unmanned machine will fire chemicals into the air, which will freeze pollutants and cause them to fall to the ground. Armed with 176 pounds of chemicals, which is expected to clear a five-kilometer radius, the drones will launch later this month.
The country is no stranger to drones, and has used fixed-wing versions of the aircraft to clear chemicals before important public events around the country. Equipped with a gliding parachute, and developed by a Chinese company, the new drones are said to be 90% cheaper. Airports and ports around northern China are likely to be the first places where the drones will go into action.
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