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Using seawater and crisp packets to cut CO2 emissions

Tuesday, February 13, 2018 - 02:08

University of York scientists say 850 million tonnes of carbon dioxide could be mineralised each year by combining sea water, graphite, solar-powered electricity, and scrap metal in a purpose-built reactor. Jim Drury reports.

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University of York scientists say 850 million tonnes of carbon dioxide could be mineralised each year by combining sea water, graphite, solar-powered electricity, and scrap metal in a purpose-built reactor. Jim Drury reports.

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Using seawater and crisp packets to cut CO2 emissions

Tuesday, February 13, 2018 - 02:08