This device turns car exhaust into ink while removing some of the pollutants from the air
A revolutionary new technology is allowing scientists to turn the carbon dioxide (and other pollutants) released from car exhaust into ink. Literal ink.
The company spearheading the initiative is called Graviky Labs and, according to their website, they have cleaned 1.6 trillion litres of air so far.
“Graviky has developed KAALINK, a retrofit technology which captures carbon emissions from vehicles or chimneys before it enters our atmosphere,” the company states.
The device “captures 95% of the particular matter pollution without inducing back-pressure.”
The device is now available for private demonstrations.
So what do you think of this technology.
h/t via Minds