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Companies seek to turn captured carbon into concrete, fish food and even toothpaste

Companies seek to turn captured carbon into concrete, fish food and even toothpaste

It has been derided as an expensive excuse to burn coal. But now, carbon capture technology may be leading to new commercial uses that could end up in your mouth. While business case questions have swirled over carbon capture and storage, companies are increasingly looking to turn emissions that would otherwise be buried in the ground into toothpaste, fish food and a range of industrial products like concrete and biofuel.

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