‘Smog tower’ to help purify New Delhi’s polluted air

South China Morning Post published this video item, entitled “‘Smog tower’ to help purify New Delhi’s polluted air” – below is their description.

India is installing a “smog tower” to help purify New Delhi’s polluted air. The project aims to filter air over a 1 sq km (247 acres) area in the capital city. The Delhi government said more towers can be installed if the experiment works.

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