Blue Harvest' functions to hold a physical dialogue and presentation of possible re-consumption of blue asbestos mining waste in Wittenoom, Western Australia after being recycled and transformed into non-hazardous construction materials. But the biggest challenge is its hazardous containment and pollution released. Blue asbestos mine waste has eroded the landscape, poison soils, and shifted river channels, or kill plants and animals. Humans are also fatally harmed by this pollution. Long-term exposure to asbestos air pollution, for example, can lead to chronic respiratory disease, lung cancer, and asbestosis.
With phytoremediation plants, it opens an opportunity in the environmental world to divert pollution to become a biodegradable medium to remediate the landscape over erosion caused by mining waste itself. And also help to reduce the damage that affected the land's native residents.