A new mural unveiled in central Auckland powerfully absorbs air pollutants, Stuff reports. The mural is made of unique photocatalytic paint that cleans the air like a plant, and is equivalent to 182 trees or half a hectare of mature forest. The special paint uses sunlight to reduce noxious air pollutants, purifying the surrounding air. The artwork is part of a global series of murals made with the paint.
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