Whitefox Technologies reveals plan to build membrane-based carbon capture unit by 2020

Madeleine Cuff
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BG Technology Awards winner reveals ambition to enter carbon capture market, with plan to build small-scale industrial demonstration unit in the next three years

Industrial membrane technology specialists Whitefox Technologies has revealed ambitions to use its innovative products to enter the carbon capture and storage sector (CCS). In an exclusive interview...

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