That rocks: Study estimates novel rock crushing process could capture 0.5 per cent of global CO2

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Tweaking aggregates production in the construction and mining industries could permanently trap CO2, researchers claim

Around 0.5 per cent of global carbon emissions could be safely captured by tweaking the way in which rocks are crushed to make aggregates for use in mining and construction, scientific research has claimed....

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