Soap made from captured CO2


An Alberta, Canada-based company has developed a technology which can turn captured carbon dioxide (CO2) into environmentally friendly soap.

CleanO2’s soap is made from CO2 captured from large commercial buildings before entering the atmosphere and converted into 100% safe pearl ash which is commonly used in soap and detergents.

The company uses CARBiN-X technology, the world’s first decentralised commercial carbon capture device to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the heating industry.

Approximately the size of two refrigerators, the CARBiN-X technology can be fitted to natural gas-powered boilers to reduce both energy use and greenhouse gas emissions.

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