Industrial airborne emissions: ZERO

Due to the significant increase in greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions over the last century, there is ever-increasing pressure on industry to minimize the amount of air pollution released into the atmosphere. In 2020, greenhouse gas concentrations in the atmosphere were at record highs, with the average annual concentration of carbon dioxide (CO2) in the air rising to 412 ppm from a pre-industrial value of 280 ppm. Since then, the carbon dioxide content of the atmosphere has risen by almost 50%. Of all the greenhouse gases, CO2 has been identified as the most effective greenhouse gas contributing to global warming.

Zero-Ex® reduces industrial airborne emissions down to zero. It recovers up to 100% of e.g., CO2, SO2, VOC:s and particle emissions exhausted from the process. Read more: Zero-Ex® – zero emissions to air