Researchers find that concrete structures can actually REDUCE air pollution by adsorbing sulfur dioxide

Researchers find that concrete structures can actually REDUCE air pollution by adsorbing sulfur dioxide
(Natural News) Could one effective solution to air pollution have been under our noses all along? That seems to be case, according to researchers from Stony Brook University. Dr. Alex Orlov and his colleagues have discovered that concrete structures can adsorb and remove sulfur dioxide from the air, reported ScienceDaily.com. For their study, the researchers…
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