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Ridgewood NJ, to fight greenhouse gas emissions drink more vodka . A new company Air Vodka is made in part from greenhouse gas emissions, specifically, captured carbon dioxide CO2.
It is just one of a bevy of new products designed to make use of CO2 emissions that can be captured from various types of industry.
Apparently distilling alcohol the old fashioned way not only releases its emissions, but it uses a lot of water . How much water , about 35 liters of water to make one liter of distillate. Air Vodka is made of just two ingredients, CO2 and water. It separates hydrogen out of the water through electrolysis, releasing the oxygen. The hydrogen is then fed into a “carbon conversion reactor” system with the captured CO2. That creates ethanol which, when combined with water, becomes a type of vodka.
The scientific process in the Air Company’s laboratories is valuable to the environment, but the results are not cheap. The three-year-old start-up’s vodka is a luxury brand, costing about $65 bottle.
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