The steer of a energy plant belching out fume is not customarily regarded as one of a many pleasing in technology.
But when that energy plant is BIG’s Amager Bakke Waste-to-Energy Plant, and a fume in doubt is indeed H2O effluvium in a form of a ideal ring, it’s a small different.
The fume ring complement is partial of a pattern to reinstate a 40-year-old energy plant with a waste-to-energy plant, along with a ski slope.
The ring would blast out by a 124-metre funnel any time 250 kilograms of CO dioxide is expelled into a atmosphere, in an bid to remind residents of their CO footprint.
Dezeen has some-more sum about the thought and how it works here.
BIG Smoke Ring from Cliff Kuang on Vimeo.