Device Displays the CO2 Footprint of Factories

Device Displays the CO2 Footprint of Factories

BIG's Steam Ring Generator would puff out a steam circle for every ton of CO2 generated by the Waste-to-Energy power plant in Copenhagen

Jason Brick
  • 20 august 2015

With every bold and provocative puff of a generator, BIG wants to express to the public how much CO2 their Waste-to-Energy power plant in Copenhagen will emit. They will release one solid steam stack into the air from their factory’s largest pipe for every ton of CO2 they release. This informs locals how much CO2 enters the air at any given minute, providing a visual reminder of how responsible (or irresponsible) a manufacturer is about their carbon footprint.

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