Distilling water's CDR potential

Co-benefits of saving the climate

Applications

Desalination

CarbonBlue’s connection to the desalination industry is a part of our company’s DNA. Our R&D facility and first pilot are co-located within Kibbutz Maagan Michael’s desalination plant, and our engineering team boast decades of combined experience in desal – but the core of our connection with this important industry is CarbonBlue’s technology itself.

Installing our technology on a desalination plant’s water inlet stream provides innumerable advantages, environmental benefits aside. Decarbonating the water intake reduces – and in some cases even eliminates – the need for a second boron pass, increases membrane efficiency, and dramatically decreases the need for descaling.

The on-site production of CO2 can cut down on supply chain costs, as well as their environmental impact, and provide readily available feedstock independent of CO2 suppliers. But most importantly – integrating CarbonBlue into any desalination process brings facilities, and the industry as a whole, closer to net-zero, drastically reducing and offsetting carbon footprints.

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CDR

CDR

Scalable, efficient, independent

Desalination

Desalination

Co-benefits of saving
the climate

eFuels

eFuels

An endless, on-site or
near-site source of green CO2

Applications

More CO2-Benefits

Integrating CarbonBlue’s technology with existing industries can do more than just lower their carbon footprint through carbon removal. The co-benefits CarbonBlue’s technology can provide to the facilities it is deployed in are myriad and varied.

From lowered costs through reduced use of expensive chemicals, which the utilization of decarbonated water can provide, through to simplified supply chains that come with an on-site supply of CO2, CarbonBlue’s benefits to both business and the environment go far beyond CO2 reduction.

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