‘A game-changer’: Project led by Danone and LanzaTech successfully transforms captured carbon into plastic feedstock
A consortium spearheaded by Danone has successfully converted captured carbon emissions from industrial processes into monoethylene glycol (MEG) - one of the main components of PET plastics. This has been hailed as a potential breakthrough for creating lower-carbon plastics.
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