CCm Technologies has developed a method of producing fertiliser and soil conditioner through the use of captured carbon dioxide from industrial power generators. The first full-scale fertiliser manufacturing plant has been successfully commissioned at CCm's Technology Centre in Swindon before its deployment to Viridor’s multi-waste site in Somerset. The technology highlights include:
CCm's heat recovery and storage units store thermal energy within a chemical reaction, much like a battery and releases it rapidly as the chemical reaction starts. The technology highlights include:
CCm Technologies’ methods of capturing and utilising carbon dioxide can be used by industry to replace traditional expensive process inputs with cost effective alternatives.
CCm Technologies has developed a fibre which absorbs large amounts of carbon dioxide. The carbon dioxide becomes permanently fixed to the fibre surface and the resultant coated fibres can be incorporated into a wide range of plastics, including polypropolene, polythenes and polyamide