Air-cleaning advertising boards pop up at Marylebone Station

BusinessGreen staff
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Technology designed by atmospheric chemists fitted at station to highlight UN Sustainable Development Goals on cities and communities

London's Marylebone station has become a clean air hub today with the launch of high-tech billboards that 'scrub' pollution from the atmosphere. Launched today to mark United Nations World Cities Day...

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