In Italy, opened the plant, pumping carbon dioxide from the atmosphere

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UNITED STATES (VOP TODAY NEWS) – The Swiss company Climeworks has opened a third plant, which pumps carbon dioxide from the Earth’s atmosphere. It is designed to reduce the negative effects of global warming.

Issues related to carbon dioxide emissions into the atmosphere every year are becoming more and more significant, and forecasts for climate change on the planet – all the more frightening. One of the solutions is aimed at exhausting carbon dioxide from the Earth’s atmosphere.

Now the Swiss company Climeworks has opened a third company that will work for the benefit of mankind. It is located in Troy – a commune in Italy, which is located in the Apulia region of the province of Foggia. The plant will annually capture 150 tons of carbon dioxide, which they intend to convert to methane and use as fuel for trains.

The first plant, sucking carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, Climeworks launched in Switzerland in 2017. According to forecasts, the company should pump out up to 900 tons of carbon dioxide each year.

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