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Chinese Air Purifier Turns Smog into Diamonds

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News video: Chinese Air Purifier Turns Smog into DiamondsElizabeth Taylor said, “Big girls need big diamonds.” In China, they’re figuring out how to make as many diamonds as any girl could want - in an environmentally friendly way. Last October, a 23-foot-tall metal air purifier was unveiled in a Beijing park. Dutch artist and innovator Daan Roosegaarde (pronounced “Dan Rose-Guard”) designed the structure. He calls it quote “the largest smog vacuum cleaner in the world.” More than 40% of the particles it collects is carbon.

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Transcript: Chinese Air Purifier Turns Smog into Diamonds

Elizabeth Taylor said, “Big girls need big diamonds.” In China, they’re figuring out how to make as many diamonds as any girl could want - in an environmentally friendly way.

Last October, a 23-foot-tall metal air purifier was unveiled in a Beijing park.

But this is no ordinary air purifier - it turns smog into diamonds.

Yes, really.

Dutch artist and innovator Daan Roosegaarde (pronounced “Dan Rose-Guard”) designed the structure.

He calls it quote “the largest smog vacuum cleaner in the world.




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