Hey BMW, we get it; you've got clean factories. With all the PR coming out of BMW this week, I'm beginning to think they're must be hiding some sort of nuclear sludge car in the back of a plant somewhere. Until we find it, let's see how BMW's wastewater-free "Clean Production" method in Steyr.
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The Club of Pioneers website, "enabled" and founded by BMW, opened for business on December 19th. The dramatic name matches the vision of the site, which focuses on clean energy (and a lot of hydrogen). Right now one of the main features is the chance to submit text to the site, which will then be projected on a bit of 1,000-year-old ice in a cave in Austria (and a World Heritage Site). Anyone can submit a message, and if you get yours displayed on the ice, let us know.
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