Capturing and recycling carbon dioxide from industrial waste streams
We need to reduce the emissions coming from the energy and industrial sectors if we are to reach Net Zero. CCm Technology's Chief Executive Officer, Pawel Kisielewski and Chief Technical Officer, Professor Peter Hammond explain how they capture carbon dioxide, ammonia, nitrogen and other waste streams, and either store the captured material or convert it into valuable resources like fertilizer.
The agricultural sector is one of the world’s most significant sources of greenhouse gas emissions, with fertilizer production responsible for a significant proportion of the overall figure; but agriculture also has the potential to sequester more carbon than it emits.
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