29 Mar '13, 9pm

Smog-eating, self-cleaning buildings. Enough said: via @BGlive

Self-Cleaning Buildings, Brought to You by Smog-Eating Technology A new breed of building products is getting attention for its purported ability to remove smog-forming chemicals from surrounding air. Reynobond with EcoClean architectural panels from Alcoa and BoralPure concrete roofing tiles from Boral are some of the market leaders in this emerging field of smog-eaters, along with pioneer TX Active concrete from Essroc , which EBN has previously covered. It turns out there is solid science behind these products, but their benefits don’t really have much to do with smog and outdoor air quality. Many building owners will find the self-cleaning properties of these products are what make them worth the modest extra investment. ... This page is visible only to BuildingGreen members Read it now with a FREE 30-day trial membership to BuildingGreen Suite Already a member? Log in...

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