Bio blend: Jura Distillery trials 'self-repairing', CO2 absorbing building materials

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Jura Distillery Credit: Whyte and Mackay

Jura Distillery Credit: Whyte and Mackay

In a UK first, the whisky-maker has partnered with University of Hertfordshire to deploy a building coating at its island distillery that can soak up CO2

Single malt whisky maker Jura is to trial a "self-repairing", CO2 absorbent limewash at its beachside distillery in the Inner Hebrides that could turn the site into one of the world's unlikeliest carbon...

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