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B.C. company uses huge fans to suck carbon from air to make fuel

Squamish - A Canadian company plans to open a plant in Texas where giant fans will suck carbon dioxide from the air so it can be permanently stored underground. Set for completion in 2023, the plant will likely be able to capture 1-megaton of CO2 annually.

Op-Ed: First atmospheric carbon scrubbers demo in Canada

Calgary - Physically removing CO2 from the atmosphere and recycling it makes so much sense, in theory. A new effort by Canadian firm Carbon Engineering is putting that theory in to practice.
 

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A rendering of Carbon Engineering’s pilot plant in Squamish  BC.
A rendering of Carbon Engineering’s pilot plant in Squamish, BC.
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David Keith s carbon capturing machine uses a three-step process (and some chemistry know-how) to fi...
David Keith's carbon capturing machine uses a three-step process (and some chemistry know-how) to filter air and suck out the carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.
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A technician of Canadian firm Carbon Engineering demonstrates how an air capture unit  pulls carbon ...
A technician of Canadian firm Carbon Engineering demonstrates how an air capture unit pulls carbon / CO2 from atmosphere in the form of pellets.
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