Coca-Cola Plant Billboard Absorbs
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Together with the World Wildlife
unveiled a billboard that's actually good for
The 60 x 60 foot living billboard in
Manila is made of thousands of
Fukien tea plants surrounding a silver Coke
bottle. The project with the
CO2-eating plants was created in
conjunction with Coca-Cola's Live Positively
Pots made from recycled bottles
contain the 3,600 trees, which live
off a mixture of organic
fertilizers. While currently in the first stages of
growth, the plants are expected to
grow quickly and take over the billboard surface.
They will absorb 46,800 pounds of carbon
dioxide from the atmosphere.
Previously, the company had
billboards in France powered
entirely by oranges for it's Energie
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