In Delhi offered to build the Stater Towers for air purification

Dubai architectural company Znera Space proposed to solve the problem of air pollution in the Indian capital of Delhi with the help of Stater Futuristic filter towers.

According to the World Health Organization, the worst air quality indicators in the world now, in crowded people and industrial facilities. Pollution 40 times higher than a safe level. The situation additionally worsens the burning of crops in the neighboring areas. Therefore, Znera Space proposed the project The Smog Project, providing for the construction of a tiny pollutant from the air to the entire city, which remove tiny pollutants from the air.

The system consists of two parts. The first are the tower tower themselves with propellers, creating cravings near the surface, and filters for cleaning. The second part is the fuel elements on solar energy. They are air bridges in the form of hexagonal cells connecting towers. The main function is to capture the contaminated water, followed by its decomposition on oxygen and hydrogen, which is then sent to the tower. Energy for electrolysis comes from solar panels.

Developers say that every futuristic height will be able to filter more than 3.2 million cubic meters of air daily, lowering the level of pollution to normal indicators on an area of 1 square kilometer around the block. In this case, the detainee carbon particles can further be recycled into concrete, graphene, fertilizer or ink. So far, the model is conceptual in nature, but the company claims that the first prototype will be ready in the next 2-3 years.

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