Environmental Protection & Preservation
CO2 Tech Negotiating to Invest in New Pollution-Removal Technology for Energy Industry
CO2 Tech President, Ms Helga Schotten, today announced that the company is currently negotiating a new investment in an innovative patent-protected pollution removal technology.
CO2 Tech is in the advanced stages of negotiations with a US-based company, developer of a unique patented pollution removal technology that is able to remove 95% of the pollutants generated in specific production processes used in the energy industry.
Energy use is the largest contributing factor to greenhouse gas emissions; therefore, there is a strong focus today on manufacturing sectors that are major energy consumers. Improvements in the energy production sector can thus generate tremendous environmental benefits.
"This investment will allow CO2 Tech
to significantly expand the range of solutions it offers its industrial customers from the energy sector," notes Ms. Helga Schotten, President of CO2 Tech. "There is a strong need in today's energy sector for solutions to treat pollutants of the type that this technology addresses. With this new innovative technology incorporated into its product portfolio, CO2 Tech will offer a method for pollutant removal that is unique and effective. We expect to update our investors on the progress of these negotiations in the forthcoming days."
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