China to deploy world’s biggest air purifier

Chinese authorities are all geared up for yet another scientific advancement in the face of excessive smog that has hit the capital city of Beijing.
The authorities have decided to deploy an air purifier- the world’s largest, which has been designed by a Dutch engineer as thick heavily polluted haze has returned to scare the city.

The seven-meter-tall tower, brainchild of Dutch designer Daan Roosegaarde, is?undergoing last-minute checks in Beijing’s 751 D Park art area.

The ‘Smog Free Tower’ will soon be opened to the public, and will be toured across the country, state-run Global Times said, quoting China Forum of Environmental Journalists, an NGO under China’s Ministry of Environmental Protection.