We successfully demonstrated that polystyrene foam waste can be recycled by converting it into activated carbon for purifying water, and we are encouraged by the tremendous and positive responses we have received! Our Styro-Filter innovation has been recognized by the Intel Science & Engineering Fair and the Conrad Spirit of Innovation Awards. We were also invited to give a TED Talk in New York City that has received over 1.3 million views and translations into 30 different languages. This TED Talk, along with a viral ATTN video (48 million views), brought worldwide publicity and public awareness to the problem of Styrofoam waste and our novel solution. As a result, we have been contacted by companies and individuals from around the world who would like to implement Styro-Filter in their cities and countries. We are therefore very enthusiastic about continuing the momentum and sharing the Styro-Filter technology with the world in order to make it a cleaner place.