Paper and Pulp Waste Takes on Role in Carbon Conversion to Make New Products

Researchers at McGill University in Quebec, Canada are using pulp and paper manufacturing waste to facilitate carbon conversion to be able to make green products.  

The researchers are applying renewable electricity to convert the captured CO2, leaving behind a zero-carbon footprint. This process is called electrochemical conversion. Read more about this innovation in Waste 360 here.

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