CO2: UK government in talks to resume supply of CO2


The UK government is working with CF Fertilisers (CFF) to get its two fertiliser plants running again this week in an attempt to ease concerns over carbon dioxide (CO2) shortages in the Britain.

CFF produces 60% of the UK’s CO2 from its two plants in northern England, which are currently closed due to the rapid rise in natural gas prices.

There are fears the shutdown in production from the plants will lead to a shortage of CO2 for the UK food industry, and gaps on the shelves at supermarkets.

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