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This building is designed to eat smog Published: April 26, 2013

There’s a building in Mexico City that “eats smog.”

The Manuel Gea González Hospital has installed a decorative, white facade that’s not only beautiful, it’s also made from a sophisticated new material that helps purify the air.

The project, funded by Mexico’s Ministry of Health, is part of a three-year, $20 billion investment into the country’s health infrastructure.

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