Mexico City smog-capture structure
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Mexico City's smog-capture building

New technology is being used in a building in Mexico City that transforms pollutants into harmless chemicals.

The structure contains titanium dioxide, which its designers claim produces water and carbon dioxide from the city's smog.

Andrew Humphrey reports.

  • 28 Dec 2013
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