Technologies to remove carbon
dioxide from the air
Carbon Dioxide Removal and Direct Air Capture
The Paris Agreement is a global commitment to limiting temperature rises to between 1.5 and 2ºC above pre-industrial levels.
To achieve this will require not only a reduction in emissions, but also the removal of an estimated 730 billion tonnes of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.
Our technology efficiently breaks down limestone into lime and high purity CO2. This pure CO2 can be either used or stored safely underground at low cost.
The lime can be used industrially and, in being used, removes CO2 from the air.
Overall, the process is carbon negative – there is less CO2 in the air at the end of the process than at the outset.