Published October 28, 2015 at 2:37 PM Updated October 28, 2015 at 2:48 PM
China is working to develop several 16 “sponge cities” that utilize multiple ways to capture, filter, store, and distribute rainwater. Learn more about what these “sponges” will look like.
Watch how permeable tarmac drains:
Learn more about China’s sponge cities:
China to build 'sponge cities' to cut down on pollution
China has embarked on an initiative called "sponge cities" to effectively absorb, filter, collect and use rain fall, and 16 cities are already part of this pilot program. CCTV's Feng Yu takes a look at how the program works.
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