09/06/2016 New specialized facility turns CO2 into stone
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🇮🇸 Turning CO2 into stone in Iceland - earthrise
Carbon Dioxide Tucked into Basalt Converts to Rock
The project is called CarbFix. According to its creators it could lock carbon dioxide from the atmosphere in a solid form by reacting it with basaltic rocks. This method could be used to reduce CO2 concentration and slow or stop the atmospheric greenhouse effect. There are, however, still several problems preventing its general use.
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