CCm Technologies - Transforming waste streams into low CO2 footprint products
CCm Technologies converts carbon captured CO2 and other waste streams (ammonia, phosphate) into stable value-added materials for the agriculture, sewage treatment, food production and waste sectors.
The core technology combines three components: CO2, a waste fibrous material and ammonia (or one from the Amine family). When combined, the result is three-fold. Firstly, significant amounts of exothermic heat are released. Secondly, it adds value to a product by turning the waste materials into fertilisers or bio-based composite materials that can replace up to 30% of virgin fibres in the extrusion of plastics. Thirdly, no waste byproducts are produced. CCm's process has a carbon footprint that is already 80% less than existing market mineral fertilisers. The exothermic heat produced by CCm's process can be used for the economic benefit of the operators (i.e. additional product evaporation) or in completely separate applications such as regional heat networks, thermal storage, upgrading geothermal heat outputs and critical heat back-up.
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