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Originally posted by semperkill
I Love technology a company has come out with an anti polluting paint that actually cleans the air. It is currently being tested in singapore (one of the most polluted cities in the world)
many uses for this tech. Imagine your whole house inside and out.
Millennium Inorganic Chemicals is a Hunt Valley, MD based chemical company.
The business was established in 1985. It was a subsidiary of British conglomerate Hanson plc at one time, but was demerged on 1 October 1996, when it became an independent listed company.
It was taken over by Cristal Chemical Company in 2007, but continues to exist as a wholly owned subsidiary and trading name of Cristal.
Millennium Inorganic Chemicals (MIC) is the world’s second-largest producer of titanium dioxide and a leading producer of titanium chemicals. Cristal and MIC operate eight manufacturing plants in six countries and employ more than 3,500 people worldwide.
In the Philippine capital Manila, which is one of the most polluted cities in the world, a paint which it is claimed can purify the air is being used.
A local company has come up with the paint and in partnership with the government it is trying to use it to clean up one of the city's most smog-choked roads.
Kate McGeown reports from Manila.