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China's smog-sucking vacuum has made the air 55 percent cleaner in 41 days: Should other countries start using these vacuums to clean their air?

China's smog-sucking vacuum has made the air 55 percent cleaner in 41 days: Should other countries start using these vacuums to clean their air?
  • Yes, but with research.

    If it's as good as it sounds, these vacuums should definitely be used all over the world to clean the air and decrease the damages of pollution. However, research and experiments must be done first to insure that the vacuums do not have any negative effects that might hurt the environment.

  • It would mean health.

    When a person spends time in a city, it is obvious. The city always smells. A person cannot help but breathe this air. This cannot be good for a person's body. With the Chinese inventing a way to make the air much cleaner, people should take advantage of this technology and live healthier lives.

  • All countries should make effots to clean the air

    Air pollution causes many preventable deaths across the globe every year. China had some of the worst air pollution of any country. Their efforts to clean up the air has proven successful and the same technology should be implemented by other countries. It would be especially helpful for densely populated areas.

  • No, not sure about that.

    While these reports are promising, other agencies have come forward challenging the findings. The Chinese Forum of Environmental Justice (CFEJ) has claimed that the towers do not meet World Health Organization standards, calling the structures "smog warning towers." The CFEJ acknowledges that the towers do help to filter the air, but contend that they are unstable and only cover a limited area. Environmental experts told state-owned China News that "the weight of the machine’s captured particulate matter per hour is less than that of a spoonful of salt."


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