Carbon Clean unveils world's smallest carbon capture technology

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CycloneCC is lauded as a solution to the carbon capture and storage industry’s significant cost and technical barriers

Leading carbon capture business Carbon Clean yesterday unveiled CycloneCC, hailing the technology as the world's smallest carbon capture technology. The system was developed in the UK by industry heavyweights...

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