Carbon neutral paint? CO2-absorbing graphene paints come to the UK

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New Graphenstone stock at the Norfolk paint factory | Credit: The Graphene Company
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New Graphenstone stock at the Norfolk paint factory | Credit: The Graphene Company

Graphenstone range of non-toxic paints are designed to offer insulation benefits and absorb CO2

The UK's first commercially-available 'carbon neutral' graphene paints are now being mixed and tinted to order from a new factory in Norfolk, manufacturer Graphene Company has announced. The firm claims...

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