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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.

According to the report scientists and industry leaders are now working on technologies, which will capture these power plant carbon dioxide emissions and, as an added benefit would make them available commercially, to industries including the carbonates sector of the soft drinks business.


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