In Brevik, Norway, Norcem is planning to start operations next year on a facility that will capture carbon from the company’s cement plant.
It is one of two large projects in Europe that is aiming to tackle greenhouse gas emissions by using carbon capture technology, a solution that is expected to grow in the years ahead.
But once the Heidelberg Cement subsidiary snatches the CO2 from the plant before it is pumped into the atmosphere, what will it do with all that carbon?
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