Recycling carbon for cleaner powered logistics

Samskip's carbon capture and utilisation (CCU) system

Source: Samskip

A global logistics provider has embarked on a new innovative project that will reduce its CO2 emissions.

Samskip is expanding its sustainable footprint with a new carbon capture and utilisation (CCU) system.

The system is a clever and sustainable application that captures 30% of the CO2 emissions generated by combustion engines and stores it in portable batteries for re-use.

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