Beijing Gets the Largest Air Purifier
To address some local problems, the world’s largest outdoor air purifier has arrived in Beijing to help the capital fight persistent dangerous smog.
The tower, designed by Dutch designer Daan Roosegaarde, received the latest checks in Beijing’s 751 D Park Art Zone. The public’s blood has been affected by the tower’s function, which has exposed the authorities to sources of pollution particles. It is required to be controlled.
According to the Legal Daily, China Environmental News Forum, a non-governmental organization of the Ministry of Environmental Protection of China, the Smoke Freedom Building will soon be open to the public and will be visited all over the country.
According to the Studio Roosegaarde website, a 7-meter tall tower captured about 75% of the surrounding PM 2.5 and PM 10 particles and then released clean air to produce “bubble” fresh air around it, using patent ozone-free technology, with 30000 cubic meters of air per hour.
CFEJ Secretary-General Liu Guozheng said the purpose of bringing the tower to Beijing was to remind the authorities not to forget their obligations and encourage people to gather to fight the smog.
Beginning in early October, Beijing has been plagued by heavy smoke. The city’s environmental protection department issued a yellow warning on air pollution on Tuesday afternoon.
“The so-called sacred smoke cleaner is like a performing art, and there is little difference in cleaning urban air. It wastes polluted air and exhales the fresh air, but only a few. Users of Sina Weibo said the air would be polluted.