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Zeo4 - Methane Capture and Conversion.In 3...2...1...

Methane capture against climate change.

Our breakthrough zeolite technology removes methane from the atmosphere and converts it into carbon dioxide, effectively slowing and even reversing climate change.

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Our Process

Capture Technology

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Direct Air Capture

Industrial-scale array of fans push atmospheric methane into a huge tumbling chamber.

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Methane Conversion

Inside, zeolites act as a catalyst to break a C-H bond in the methane, creating a methyl radical.

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Release Products

With an increase in temperature, the methyl radical is oxidized to release carbon dioxide and water.

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What Zeo4 Does

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Atmospheric Methane Capture

Our state-of-the-art zeolite plants remove the equivalent of 25 tonnes of carbon dioxide with each tonne of methane removed.

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Provide Carbon Credits

We partner with carbon credit developers to help entities reach net zero emissions in accordance with compliance and voluntary carbon markets.

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More Potent Than CO2 Over 20 Years

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17%

Total Global Warming Reduction Potential

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400t

Methane Removed Yearly By One Plant

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$5850

Cost to Capture per Tonne of Methane

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$6300

Carbon Credits per Tonne of Methane

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$450

Profit per Tonne of Methane Removed

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Latest Stories

Can converting methane into CO2 help reduce climate change?

In Harvard's Science In The News, methane capture is explored along with other sustainable approaches.

Turning one greenhouse gas into another could combat climate change

MIT Technology Review summarizes key findings from the paper and the potential for the future.

Methane removal and atmospheric restoration

R.B. Jackson and his Stanford team publish a paper in Nature Sustainability outlining a proposal for methane capture.