Carbon dioxide (CO2) utilisation is the process of using emitted CO2 as a feedstock for new products. The CO2 is fed back into the production process and is treated as a carbon resource, rather than a polluting emission. One company reimagining CO2 in the battle to help solve climate change ...
On one hand, carbon dioxide (CO2) is often mentioned in the press as the most abundant greenhouse gas, now in excess of 400 ppm (parts-per-million), according to most measurements, and a serious threat to global warming and a major contributor to climate change.
Recovered from natural wells or as a by-product from chemical plants, refineries, from breweries where it is generated by the fermentation process when brewing beer, or from any other fermentation process, carbon dioxide (CO2) is the subject of a complex supply chain and an increasing array of end-user applications.
Industry 4.0 is widely acknowledged as heralding the next Industrial Revolution. We are on the brink of a technological revolution that will alter the way we live and work, all based upon digitisation. As part of this, telematics is revolutionising the way our product is delivered.