To clean the air, Dutch scientists invent pavement that eats smog
from Los Angeles Times
Scientists in the Netherlands have found that installing special air-purifying pavement on city streets can cut air pollution nearly in half. Researchers at Eindhoven University of Technology, after taking measurements for a year, found that a street outfitted with smog-eating paving blocks, also called photocatalytic pavement, reduced nitrogen oxide air pollution by up to 45 percent in ideal weather conditions and 19 percent over the course of a day.
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