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Pollution-capturing Devices refer to the newly-developed equipment and materials designed to isolate and remove pollution from the environment. These technologies hold pollutants at the core of the material, preventing their escape. Examples of this technology include smog-eating tiles, large urban air purifiers, gravity settling chambers, centrifugal separators, sensors, marine trackers, and microbial bacteria. Controlling the massive amount of pollution stemming from industry, transport, construction, and agriculture continues to be a challenge. Pollution-capturing Devices help to reduce emissions of various contaminants, bringing down levels of harmful pollution and helping to mitigate climate change and health risks.

Pollution-capturing Devices


CO2 Capture, Utilization, and Storage