Air-Purifying Billboard Absorbs The Pollution Around It

Design

Eco-friendly signage in Peru generates more clean air than 1,200 trees.

Ross Brooks
  • 5 may 2014

Peru is developing at break-neck speed, but as construction continues, so too does the amount of pollution and related health conditions. Instead of contributing to the problem with the rebuild of their new campus, UTEC, an engineering college in Lima, decided to create a billboard with the help of ad agency FCB Mayo that sucks an unbelievable amount of pollution right out of the air.

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