Location: South Holland
Clean-up potential: 16,000 tons of CO₂
Clear the chimney paths of CO₂
In order to reduce the CO₂ emissions of the Hoekse Lijn project, it was decided to use
greenSand chimney path material
• Captures CO₂ in a weathering process
• 100% natural
• Complies with ProRail SPC000173-3.
• Gradation 0-8 mm
RET, provider of public transport in the Rotterdam region - The Hague argued in 2016 for the use of olivine stones in public transport. They found a good partner in contractor ETS Spoor, who installed a total of 16,000 tons of
A 13 cm thick layer of
An additional advantage for RET is that the olivine-rich rock transmits heat well, making it more difficult for seeds to germinate. With the
Clearing CO₂ from the train
One of the main civilian applications of
It would be great for travelers to have CO₂ permanently cleared while they are on the train and transported comfortably to their destination.
To continue and improve the economic system, it is necessary to limit the impact of infrastructure and public transport systems due to the enormous risk of CO₂ emissions. Consider how easy it is to remove CO₂ by porphyry or other materials with the CO₂-removing