From Superinnovators 10/05/24

Swiss startup Climeworks have started operating their largest direct air capture and storage plant, Mammoth, in Iceland, which is around ten times bigger than their first plant, Orca, which launched in 2021.

The plant is due to capture 36,000 tons of CO₂ per year by filtering it from the air and storing it permanently underground where it reacts with basaltic rock and transforms into stone.

More info:

https://climeworks.com/press-release/climeworks-switches-on-worlds-largest-direct-air-capture-plant-mammoth

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