Tata to build UK’s biggest carbon capture project. Britain’s biggest carbon capture project is to be built by Tata Chemicals Europe in Cheshire, north-west England, after securing government funding.
FT 26th June 2019 read more »
The UK’s biggest carbon capture project will soon block thousands of tonnes of factory emissions from contributing to the climate crisis, by using them to help make the chemicals found in antacid, eyedrops and Pot Noodle. Within two years a chemical plant in Cheshire could keep 40,000 tonnes of carbon from the air every year, or the equivalent of removing 22,000 cars from the UK’s roads. The plant’s owners, a division of the Indian-owned Tata conglomerate, will then use the captured carbon to make the chemicals found in glass, baking soda or even medicine.
Guardian 27th June 2019 read more »
Times 27th June 2019 read more »
A pioneering north-east project for tackling carbon emissions received a huge funding boost today.
Energy Voice 27th June 2019 read more »