Carbon capture and feedstock: Drax unveils project to turn CO2 into animal feed

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Carbon capture and feedstock: Drax unveils project to turn CO2 into animal feed

Pilot project from Drax and Deep Branch Biotechnology aims to find sustainable alternatives to soy and fishmeal

A lab located at Drax's giant power station in Yorkshire is to explore how captured CO2 can be used to make protein for sustainable animal feed, in a move that could help to simultaneously reduce greenhouse...

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