Switzerland: recent publications

New Iceland Facility Will Capture Carbon and Store It Safely

Orca.” It’s the culmination of four years of collaboration between Carbfix and Climeworks, a Swiss company specializing in direct air capture (DAC) technology. The geothermal power plant provides the DAC units with renewable energy, while Carbfix offers a permanent solution for the captured carbon.

ADVERTISEMENTIt works by removing CO2 from the air, separating carbon from oxygen, and collecting it in eight elongated boxes. Then, the trapped CO2 gets released from these rectangular collector boxes into a nearby processing facility.

There, it’s diverted into a deep underground well, where it will remain eternally.The collection tanks resemble the size of tractor-trailers and have large intake fans mounted to the sides. These fans help draw

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Switzerland: Readers Choice

Orca.” It’s the culmination of four years of collaboration between Carbfix and Climeworks, a Swiss company specializing in direct air capture (DAC) technology. The geothermal power plant provides the DAC units with renewable energy, while Carbfix offers a permanent solution for the captured carbon.
As parents of kids with disabilities, most of us have heard the “Welcome to Holland” analogy comparing our child’s birth to that of a vacation. As parents you spend nine months reading books, planning and imagining all the different places you will visit when you get there, only to end up in a completely different country once your plane hits the ground. Now, some parents have simply ended up in a country that most of us have heard of, such as Switzerland instead of Austria or Croatia instead of Italy. There are lots of resources for you to find your way around and guides that can help you find what you need.

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