As technology is progressing, we get to see devices and gadgets which are more eco-friendly than before. Take for example the case of Nissan LEAF. Recently launched, LEAF is a 100% electric car which will shun diesel and petrol of course. Going by the name itself, you would know that it would run only on electricity and would save the usage of non-renewable resources like petroleum in its various forms.
Helping the world on one hand, these kind of cars will also result in a lot of waste materials. Now why do I say that? It’s because there are a lot of materials out there which come in use when cars and other automobiles use petroleum products, the most common one is a gas pump. These pumps which store in petrol, diesel or CNG in them will obviously become obsolete if all cars start running on electricity or other renewable resources. So to make sure that these things don’t add on to the already huge baggage of waste products, Nissan has developed a formula to make use of these pumps.
Recently Nissan has transformed 37 gas pumps into creative pieces which include things like gumball machines, fish tanks, juke boxes, golf play machines and etc. Isn’t it interesting how such a thing could be transformed into a creative thing like a fish tank or that of a gumball machine? These unusual gas pumps have been put on display in Sydney as part of their kick-start campaign for LEAF in Australia. Since this display of creativity is an interactive one, many passersby have gotten attracted to it. A number of people came by to look at the installations. At present, the rush has suddenly increased as users can vote for their favourite conceptual gas pump to actually win it.