CO2 emission mitigation

New generation carbon capture adsorbents

Double the impact.

transforming plastic waste into a cleaner future

We are proud to be at the forefront of the development of the new generation of sorbent technology. Our innovative approach is focused on creating a solid and porous carbon sorbent specifically designed with an ideal pore size to effectively capture CO2. Doubling the impact, we are using plastic waste as the primary raw material for the sorbent. Completely backed by science, the sorbent was developed in the labs of Dr. James Tour, at Rice University, and fully characterized by SINTEF – Norway’s largest energy and climate technology research institute. Addressing some of the most significant challenges in current carbon capture technologies, it is cost-effective and promotes energy efficiency. An environmentally friendly solution, the sorbent was proven to be scalable and adaptable across multiple industries. This simple and straightforward proprietary process blends plastic waste with Potassium-based additives to create nano-porous carbon sorbent and various non-toxic and valuable byproducts.

A new era of sorbents powered by nanotechnology

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Energy efficient
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Low cost of ownership
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Environmentally friendly
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Selective adsorption
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Scalable
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Proprietary and patented
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Adaptable across multiple industries

Illustrative Conceptual Design.

Dotz Nano carbon capture process
1

CO2 rich flue gas leaves the
power plant and enters the
carbon capture process.

2

The proprietary sorbent in the
first capture column selectively
separates CO2 from the flue
gas. The CO2 is adsorbed into
the pores of the carbon-based
sorbent through physical bonds.

3

CO2 clean flue gas is released
into the atmosphere.

4

Once the carbon-based sorbent
is saturated, it is regenerated.
During regeneration, the CO2
rich feed gas is diverted to
another parallel column for
continuous removal process.

5

A pure stream of CO2 is
compressed & liquified, then
transported via pipeline to be
safely stored or used.

6

During regeneration, vacuum
(VSA) or heat (TSA) is used to
release the captured CO2 and
regenerate the sorbent.

Solid sorbents are the future of carbon capture, and this is why:

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Higher energy efficiency

With solid sorbents, CO2 release is performed more efficiently and with less energy

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Lower degradation

Solid sorbents are extremely robust and exhibit reduced degradation relative to alternatives

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Reduced corrosion

Most solid sorbents are not corrosive and do not require specialty stainless steel process equipment

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Resistant to SOx, NOx & other impurities

Most solid sorbents are resistant to SOx and Nox, so they don’t require upfront purification of flue gas

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More environmentally friendly

The majority of solid sorbents do not degrade and lead to toxic byproducts emissions

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