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A carbon capture process moves forward in New York City

John Caulfield of Building Design + Construction reports on a modular carbon capture technology that is moving forward in New York City.

The C3 Take
  • CarbonQuest is partnering with Glenwood Management to reduce carbon emissions from apartment buildings in New York City.
  • CarbonQuest’s modular system can be installed in parking garages, takes up the equivalent of three parking spots, and is able to eliminate 20% of a buildings CO2 emissions.
  • CarbonQuest is developing its technology further and will one day be able to sequester up to 70% of a building’s emissions.

“It works this way: CarbonQuest’s proprietary technology captures CO2 from a building’s flue exhaust before it escapes as a greenhouse gas. Subsequent to this capture, the CO2 undergoes a multistage process that isolates carbon dioxide from nitrogen and oxygen, and cools the CO2 to a liquid state that gets stored in a bulk tank. CarbonQuest sells this trademarked Sustainable CO2 to companies that are focused on carbon utilization and sequestration.”

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