Keeping toxic emissions under the bed

September 2002
Engineer (00137758);9/27/2002, Vol. 291 Issue 7612, p5
Reports on the scheduled meeting of energy organizations and government officials in Great Britain to discuss the development of technology that could reduce carbon dioxide emissions by 90 percent. Further research into the capture and storage of carbon dioxide called for by the Department of Trade and Industry.


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