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The world's biggest [C]-removal plant just opened. In a year, it'll negate just 3 seconds' worth of global emissions.
The fans are embedded in shipping container-sized boxes, and once the [CO2] is separated, it gets mixed with [HO2] then travels through snaking, fat tubes deep underground, where the [C] cools and solidifies.
triple point of C and HO2
"Think of it like a vacuum cleaner for the atmosphere," Julio Friedmann, an energy policy researcher at Columbia University who attended the plant's ribbon-cutting ceremony, told Insider. "Nothing else can do what this tech does."
by Cat on Thu Oct 7th, 2021 at 02:30:21 AM EST
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