May 17, 2021

Team Profile:
CarbFix turns Carbon Dioxide into Stone
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Edda Aradóttir

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In this short video, Edda Sif Pind Aradóttir (Carbfix, Iceland) explains a new technology. The CarbFix process captures carbon dioxide in water and injects it into subsurface basalts. Underground, the CO2 reacts with the host rocks to form stable minerals, creating a permanent storage solution.

This video was shared during a keynote presentation at the 2020 NZ Geothermal Workshop, and is shared here with permission.

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Engineering
Science

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carbon dioxide
Geothermal
environment
Iceland
water-rock interations

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