|Carbon Sciences’ Technology Covered by Chemical Engineering and Recycling Product News |
|Trade Magazines Report on CO2 Recycling Developments of the Company |
Santa Barbara, CA - May 6, 2010 - Carbon Sciences, Inc. (CABN), the developer of a breakthrough technology to recycle carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions into gasoline and other portable fuels, announced today coverage in Chemical Engineering and Recycling Product News.
“As evidenced by the recent coverage in these two magazines, our technology addresses critical issues for professionals in a diverse range of industries,” said Byron Elton, CEO, Carbon Sciences, Inc.
In the April 2010 issue of Chemical Engineering, the article titled, “A CO2-to-fuel process demonstrated” outlines the technical approach of the CO2-to-fuel process employed by Carbon Sciences. The trade magazine serves as a forum for general engineering news and new product developments to aid in daily industrial operations. Its monthly circulation reaches over 65,000 chemical engineers and related technical people in the chemical process industries (CPI), as well as engineering, design and construction companies that serve the CPI.
Written for recycling center operators and other waste managers, Recycling Product News covered Carbon Sciences also in an April 2010 article titled, “Carbon Sciences Announces Breakthrough Process that Recycles CO2 into Gasoline.” The piece placed special emphasis on Carbon Sciences’ January announcement of certain process technologies that will allow for the production of gasoline, shorten the time to commercialization and reduce the system and operating costs of its CO2-to-Fuel technology.
|Date: Thursday, May 06, 2010|
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