Green glass: Carbon capture project to tackle glass manufacturing emissions

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Glass manufacture is an example of an industrial process that has proven challenging to decarbonise
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Glass manufacture is an example of an industrial process that has proven challenging to decarbonise

Experiments to test the applicability of carbon-capture technology for glass manufacturing will be conducted by British firms C-Capture and Pilkington

Chemical engineering firm C-Capture Limited has secured Innovate UK funding to test the potential for its pioneering carbon capture technology to tackle emissions from the glass manufacturing industry,...

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