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AbstractThis study has been done to show how the cleanliness of an environment has an effect on its use. This is being studied with relation to photocatalytic technologies that can be applied in vertical and horizontal structures, with the primary focus being on concrete. This studies the use of two different environments and how waste collection affects the way that it is used, with attention paid to how the use of this technology could alter this. The findings showed that areas that are heavily trafficked are often more cared for by users with respect shown through waste disposal. This study determined what questions still remain about this technology and what research is ongoing with regard to this.
DescriptionSustainable Built Environments Senior Capstone Project