CCm’s State-Of-The-Art Technology Turns Carbon Dioxide Into Profit
CCm Technologies use innovative cleantech technology to maximise resource optimisation within their waste streams. Based around an innovative carbon capture platform, their process optimisation technologies are low carbon and highly sustainable.
CCm’s approach is to create environmental sustainability through resource efficiency and low carbon operation to create new products. The products perform as well or better than their high carbon alternatives and offer more competitive pricing. This combinations opens the adoption of cleantech to a wide base of operators and investors.
CCm’s Carbon reduction technology is based on the amine capture of CO2 coupled to its utilisation in new products with enhanced functionality. This approach can cut down the carbon footprint of producing fertiliser by a massive 90% compared to traditional fossil-fuel based techniques. Their CO2 to fertiliser technology was recently covered on BBC News for a piece highlighting the UK’s leading innovations to battle climate change through innovation. By taking CO2 and converting it into fertiliser, CCm can make the UK a world leader in battling climate change.
CCm have been nominated for the prestigious Circular Economy Award at RWM, which will go to the most innovative business or local authority succeeding within the circular economy process. CCm are certainly a strong contender for this, as their pioneering technologies recently won the ‘Sustainable Agriculture, Forestry and Biodiversity’ and ‘Organic Resource’ categories at the Rushlight Awards in January of this year.
If the UK is to hit its ambitious carbon target of cutting greenhouse gas emissions to zero by 2050, then an inventive company like CCm, which provides companies with the ability to de-carbonise their Industrial Process will play a crucial role. Just 100 companies are responsible for 71% of global emissions, so an innovator like CCm will play a crucial role in slashing emissions and combating climate change.
CCm even garnered praise for this work from Claire Perry during her time served as UK Energy and Clean Growth Minister, saying “I’m really excited that we have used funds from the Energy Entrepreneurs Fund to support this innovative project – to use waste resources and CO2 to reduce the cost and carbon footprint of fertiliser production. Projects like this can help us meet our climate change targets and drive clean economic growth.”
To learn more about CCm Technologies, get in touch with them at RWM 2019, taking place on the 11th and 12th September at the NEC Birmingham, register for free here.