Aker Carbon Capture strikes British CCUS deal

Alongside UK firm Viridor, Norway's Aker Carbon Capture is to work on bringing down emissions at five waste-to-energy plants in Britain.

Photo: Aker Carbon Capture

With ambitions to become the first zero-emission waste manager by 2040, British company Viridor has formed a collaboration with Norwegian venture Aker Carbon Capture, which will produce a carbon capture, utilization and sequestration (CCUS) facility at five of Viridor's waste-to-energy plants, according to a statement by Aker Carbon Capture.

The two companies have now signed a contract on delivery of five modular CCUS plants, which will enable implementation of the technology within 15 months of planning and permission processes, writes the Aker company.

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