Air-Ink is ink made entirely from the pollution created by vehicle exhaust. Pollution is captured with KAALINK, a device placed on a vehicle’s tailpipe.
KAALINK captures 95 percent of pollutants. The captured soot is then purified. Toxins are removed to produce ink pigment, and leftover waste is recycled. Its creator, Graviky Labs, announced that a limited quantity of ink will soon be available for purchase. Pricing has yet to be announced.
Learn more at graviky.com
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