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NASA uses TiO2 technology
"Tests showed that as many as 93 percent of anthrax spores that enter the device are destroyed. Survivors are usually drawn back in on later passes through the reactor bed and are killed." more... (sciencedaily.com)
Scrubbing Bubbles Hit the Streets
Using technology already available for self-cleaning windows and bathroom tiles, scientists hope to paint cities with materials that dissolve and wash away pollutants when exposed to sun and rain.more... (wired.com)
Did You Know?PURETi products can be applied to virtually any surface, including buildings, signs, solar panels, sidewalks, outdoor furniture, holding tanks, boats, and planes.
Annual Savings"UVPCO air cleaner for gaseous contaminants may be beneficial for
the large-scale treatment of air in occupied buildings and may
ultimately allow for a 50% reduction of Outside Air supply in offices
and other buildings as an energy conservation measure" according to
a September 2005 report on UV PCO for Indoor Air Applications issued by
the Indoor Environment Department of the E.O. Lawrence Berkeley
TiO2 is SafeThe European Science Commission on Cosmetics and Food Products has found
TiO2 to be safe in all forms (micronized and nanosized, active and inactive) for
human use and consumption.