'World’s largest' CO2 air capture and storage plant switched on

Operations have begun at what its backers claim is the world’s largest direct CO2 air capture and storage plant, with the facility aiming to capture and store 4,000 tonnes of CO2 per year.

by Michael Donnelly
Units used to extract CO2 from the atmosphere (pic: Climeworks)
Units used to extract CO2 from the atmosphere (pic: Climeworks)

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