DAC Firm Stores Captured CO2 in Concrete

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California-based direct air capture (DAC) company Heirloom says it has stored CO2 pulled from the atmosphere into concrete for the first time, a significant application of the nascent technology.

Carbon Capture (CCS), Emerging Technologies, CO2 Emissions
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