Bottling it: Coca-Cola to trial use of direct air captured carbon in its soft drinks

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Artist impression of pilot DAC facility | Credit: Airhive
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Artist impression of pilot DAC facility | Credit: Airhive

Airhive set to launch new 1,000 tonne Direct Air Capture facility backed by new Coca-Cola investment

Coca-Cola could soon replace some of the fossil fuel derived carbon dioxide in its carbonated drinks with captured atmospheric carbon, following the announcement of a pilot project with UK-based Direct...

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