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Is Supercritical Water The Green Future Of Chemical Processing?

Industry stands to gain significant benefits and new opportunities

By G. Graham Allan and Thomas E. Loop, University of Washington
Sep 7, 2018

Increasing concerns about atmospheric carbon dioxide levels are spurring a rapidly growing emphasis worldwide on sustainability and circular economies (i.e., the use of renewable materials and recycling to minimize waste and resource depletion). To reduce CO2 emissions, commercial passenger aircraft already are flying on biodiesel fuel derived from renewable plant sources converted by standard chemical processing.

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