Air-Ink: Ink, Paint from Pollution

Environmental Innovation - Ink & Paint Made from Exhaust System Pollution

Source: Grafiky's  KAALINK System Retrofitted to a Diesel Generator

MIT Spinoff Company's Tech has Cleaned Nearly 2 Trillion Liters of Air
This is remarkable innovation, ingenuity and engineering.  MIT spinoff company Graviky Labs is rolling out a patent-pending device called Air-Ink.  The technology attaches to the exhaust system of cars, diesel generators, vehicles and machines and converts the captured pollution into ink and paints.  The bedrock technology underlying the system is called KAALINK.  It's extraordinary innovation, beneficial to the environment, in the advanced prototype stage.  For a detailed news blog by my journalist colleague Ed Kane on this, go to


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