Ciments du Maroc to start marketing microalgae
The industrial group partnered with Omega Green in a project to capture and use the carbon dioxide emitted by its Safi plant.
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▪ Ciments du Maroc to start marketing microalgae
▪ The industrial group partnered with Omega Green in a project to capture and use the carbon dioxide emitted by its Safi plant.
The pilot project was initiated in 2019, and the trials proved successful. After optimising the production process, Ciments du Maroc now intends to move on to the commercial phase of the project.
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