* Dismantled all machines
* Picked up all belts
I have only left the outer perimeter defence, the solar arrays, the accumulator arrays and the robo ports untouched.
I tried to rebuild ( more organized ) the factory. But although I have not started it, the pollution level did not drop to zero ... I had sealed the ground with concrete slabs.
I thought some kind of blowing wind would help to disperse the pollution. But after reading the wiki, I found out, there is only a trickle down from polluted chunks to less polluted chunks.
The next step was to suck the inevitable pollution by using some green mods ( e.g. Bio Industry, Air Filters, ... ).
Sadly this works only to a limited degree : No wind means I would have to use green equipment in every chunk.
But now I have studied the wiki a bit more ...
Does this mean, all efforts to use green equipment is nonsense? I don't care how often the natives are attacking. I don't want them to evolve too quickly. But separate pollution cleaners do not reduce the produced pollution. They only clean up the mess afterwards.wiki wrote: The evolution factor is not increased by the spreading/absorbed pollution, but by the pollution produced by all the player's machinery at every tick. This means that no matter how hard the player tries to contain the pollution, enemies will still evolve at the same rate. They just won't attack the player as frequently.