Natural process of mineralisation
To eliminate CO2 safely and permanently
Really hold the key?
When CO2 is mineralised in Peridotite it stays out of the atmosphere forever. Global peridotite reserves provide the potential for an unlimited capacity of CO2 storage through mineralisation, a crucial tool in the fight against climate change.
The mineralisation formula which
Turns CO2 into rock
A silicate mineral found in igneous rock
A dark rock forming mineral
Greenhouse gas extracted from the air
A soft carbonate rock
Accelerating a natural process
With a climate solution
Inspired by nature
Carbon dioxide pollution is the primary reason for the earth’s warming and the build up in our atmosphere is climbing by the day. Once CO2 is captured, what happens to it next?
CO2 charged water
Our process takes captured CO2 from our customers and dissolves it in water to create CO2 charged water. This is then injected into peridotite rock formations underground and mineralised using our technology.
Peridotite is a dense igneous rock rich in olivine and pyroxene which reacts with water and CO2 . It’s typically found on the upper part of the earth’s mantle but can also be found in unique outcrops on the earth’s surface.
A type of ultramafic rock which results from the mineralisation of peridotite. It has light to dark green smooth and slippery characteristics along with veins throughout.
It’s one of the most abundant minerals on the planet and is formed by the mineralisation of CO2. It consists largely of calcium carbonate (CaCO3). Calcite is noted for its wide variety of pale white forms, and crystalises in beautiful and complex patterns.