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Our technology uses a proprietary material called Hot Lime which acts as a CO2 sponge, separating clean CO2 from combustion gas impurities. When coupled with a wood boiler/gasifier it allows us to produce heat and clean CO2 for use in a glasshouse. Our initial focus is on wood waste feedstock but the system can work with any type of organic waste like agricultural residues.

Our proprietary Hot Lime material provides a very high CO2 capacity, allowing Hot Lime systems to be compact, simple to build and easy to operate.

The Hot Lime system enables us to produce clean CO2 from different feedstocks at a cost nearly half that of current sources and developing technologies – giving growers greater choice.

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  • Founder/s

    Vlatko Materic

  • Country

    New Zealand

  • Raising capital


  • Seeking


  • Identified through

    evokeAG. 2019

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