Clarkson University writes on Phys that waste milk could be used to reduce carbon emissions.
Clarkson University believes that they have found a way to reduce carbon emissions in power plants by using excess milk to absorb or scrub carbon from the output of the power plant. Globally, milk is produced at a surplus. Finding a way to use this extra milk to reduce emissions may be an innovative and effective way to combat climate change.
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