In large cities such as Milan, with persistent pollution problems caused by car emissions, smoke from heating systems, and industrial activities, both the company and outside experts estimate that covering 15% of all visible urban surfaces (painting the walls, repaving the roads) with products containing TX Active could abate pollution by up to 50%, depending on the specific atmospheric conditions.
A simple step. 30% more expensive than its replacements, but mandates for that sort of thing can spread the cost quite effectively: and the result is the cheapest air pollutant reducer available for urban areas.
I need Los Angeles to notice this. Any suggestions?