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Light Up 13 Layer Remains and Light Up the Impossible

"Lighting up 13 Layer Remains " was the first major effort in the history of Taiwan to adopt culture and art as a means of revitalizing polluted land. The project also created Taiwan’s largest cultural landmark that employs a historical building. In the past, the important role of the 13 Layer Remains (also known as the Shuinandong Smelter) in Taiwan’s mining industry could not displayed due to the pollution of the site. Today, in contrast, Taipower has lighted up the 13 Layer Remains, and in turn ignited possibilities for local rejuvenation in the Jinguashi area as well as the culture and history of Taiwan’s mining industry, by achieving the following four goals:

Status quo: Reduced air pollution emissions every year
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