A Church Building That’s Environmentally Friendly?
November 28, 2006, 6:04 am
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An American architect designed and built this here building for a church in Rome.  It is a white concrete structure that has a coating on it that was made to be self-cleaning, and minimize maintenance.  As it turns out, some tests indicate that not only does it deliver on that goal, but it actually “eats” smog.  Apparently, the coating contains titanium dioxide, and helps to destroy pollutants in car exhaust.  Read more here.


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That’s so cool! It reminds me of the opera house in Sydney, Australia!

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