USA: Soft drinks industry could help in global warming battle

By Sarah Diston | 15 June 2001

The soft drinks industry could soon be playing a more active role in curbing global warming. A report by Platt's Commodity News claims that by separating and removing carbon dioxide from power plant emissions it would eliminate a major source of greenhouse gases from the atmosphere.

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The soft drinks industry could soon be playing a more active role in curbing global warming. A report by Platt's Commodity News claims that by separating and removing carbon dioxide from power plant emissions it would eliminate a major source of greenhouse gases from the atmosphere.

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