The Diwali festivities are now over but we are left dealing with the aftermath since the Supreme Court’s order on bursting firecrackers was so blatantly ignored. The air quality degraded rapidly since Diwali and in Delhi-NCR, it is still in the severe category. Drawing inspiration from global efforts towards reducing air pollution, PTI reports that a startup named Kurin Systems in India is reportedly planning to install the world's largest air purification tower in Delhi. It is said to be 40 feet tall and clean the air in a three-kilometres radius around it. The air purifier would be called ‘City Cleaner’ and measures 40 feet in height and 20 feet on each side, with a capacity to filter 32 million cubic meters of air every day. This comes after a 100-metre-tall ‘Smog Tower’ was installed in Xian, China, which can purify 10 million cubic meters of air in a day.
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