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    Remediiate and Anthesis: turning CO2 into algae

    Echemi 2020-05-19

    Sustainability service provider Anthesis has reached a partnership with biotechnology company Remediiate to promote the conversion of carbon emissions into a sustainable food source.

      Remediiate has a set of photon technology that can convert carbon dioxide into nutrient-rich algae, which is said to eliminate large amounts of 20 billion tons of greenhouse gases released by power generation and other industrial production processes every year.

    By producing protein-rich algae, the company's technology is also expected to meet the demand for low-carbon animal feed and reduce its dependence on soybeans.

      The two companies said the collaboration will establish an end-to-end business model, link carbon emitters with feed suppliers, and will help reposition carbon dioxide as a resource to be developed.

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