Quentin Lemaire

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Eco Mushroom – Solar Street Light with Pollution Absorber|RISEpad

Eco Mushroom – Solar Street Light with Pollution Absorber

L’Eco Mushroom : un réverbère solaire avec un absorbeur de pollution ‹ infohightech

Eco Mushroom: A solar streetlight that absorbs vehicle pollution

Reishi Mushroom – Known as the mushroom of immortality, it has been used in traditional Chinese medicine for over 4,000 years, making it one of the oldest mushrooms used in medicine. Restores resilience to the hair and antioxidant components help keep hair/scalp from being damaged by pollutants and chemicals. Anti-inflammatory properties sooth and prevent inflammation that can weaken repair and strengthening. Anti-aging effects leave hair looking and feeling healthy.

Reishi Mushroom – Known as the mushroom of immortality, it has been used in traditional Chinese medicine for over 4,000 years, making it one of the oldest mushrooms used in medicine. Restores resilience to the hair and antioxidant components help keep hair/scalp from being damaged by pollutants and chemicals. Anti-inflammatory properties sooth and prevent inflammation that can weaken repair and strengthening. Anti-aging effects leave hair looking and feeling healthy.

These algae-powered pods, designed by Adam Miklosi , utilize photosynthesis and oxygen therapy to filter the pollution out of urban air. A series of photobioreactors, consisting of a network of transparent plastic tubes, are at the design's core. Within these plastic tubes, 5 cubic meters of air-purifying, oxygenating algae are tamped down.    Chairs installed into a sliding rail encircle an "algae-fountain" in the center of the pod, creating a relaxing retreat

The Chlorella Oxygen Pavilion, winner of the Biodesign Competition, gives you a breath of fresh air through an algae fountain.

This air purifier doesn't just filter indoor air pollution, it destroys it

Instead of just catching indoor air pollutants, the Molekule device is claimed to actually destroy them by breaking them down into harmless elements.

<p>Molekule doesn't try to catch pollutants in a physical filter. Instead it attacks them chemically.</p>

Molekule Nanofilter by Postlerferguson