We are removing 1 billion tons of carbon dioxide by 2035, using natural processes to engineer the world's most cost-effective Direct Air Capture solution.
Naturally occurring minerals - alongside forests, soils, and the ocean - are one of our planet's most vital carbon sinks. Over geological timescales, carbon dioxide in the air and water chemically bind to these minerals and permanently turn to stone.
Our technology enhances this natural process, called carbon mineralization, to help minerals absorb CO2 from the ambient air in days, rather than years. By combining the best of engineering and nature, we can offer the most cost-effective and scalable Direct Air Capture solution in the world.
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Deploying carbon dioxide removal at gigaton-scale is now a requirement if we want to keep global temperature rise below 1.5°C. Our solution is built on the foundations of high-quality carbon removal, with social, economic, environmental, and political impacts in mind.
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We use widely available, low-cost minerals to produceoxide that naturally bind to COat ambient conditions. Then we expose them to the air passively rather than relying on energy-intensive and high-cost air contactors.
We capture and process atmospheric CO, and then work with our partners to inject it underground into geological structures. There, it remains permanently trapped away from the atmosphere in a safe and monitorable way.
Our system is designed to minimize second-order impacts and reduce extraction. That includes implementing a looping process that recycles minerals to limit our reliance on mining, reducing our overall resource usage, and using 100% renewable energy to decouple our system from fossil fuels.
We use creative geometry and aerodynamics to keep the physical footprint of our system small. This leaves more space for the rehabilitation and preservation of fragile ecosystems, and doesn't compete with human needs like agriculture and urbanization.