CO<SUB>2</SUB> injection can dissolve minerals, pollute water

Sites for underground carbon dioxide disposal will need to be chosen carefully to ensure long-term containment and avoid contaminating drinking water, US researchers have warned. A trial of CO2 injection found that the process acidified groundwater and dissolved minerals.

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