Ink made of air pollution | Anirudh Sharma

What if we could capture pollution in the air around us and turn into something useful? Inventor Anirudh Sharma shares how he created AIR-INK, a useable …


  1. You can make whit cement concrete out of iron slag , waste product .
    One of natures way of storing carbon is trees, we use lumber in construction. We use iron in construction.
    Air carbon i beams , waste product😯 space race is on🍀🐱‍🏍

  2. Any quantity of it can be sold to the tire manufacturers. Quality doesn't matter. They need quantity. Now they are buying 99% of the production of the nearby facility. Only the finest particles are used for printing toners. It would be great if this near-by facility disappears and stops its operation. It is one of the BIGgest local sources of pollution!

  3. It would be helpful to learn what environmental benefits there are when the particles are captured vs not captured. Is doing this making any measurable improvement?

    Would the ink produced contain carcinogens or other harmful elements? Does it “fix” to a page or does it run if it gets wet? How safe would it be on clothing? The safety factor of the recycled product should be disclosed.

  4. I'm skeptical of this. There is already concern that "carbon black" ink is carcinogenic. So, what precaution is made to make sure the captured pollution isn't going back to being harmful? For example by flanking/rubbing off the writing surface.

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