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Capturing fermentation CO2 reduces your brewery’s carbon foot print while eliminating the outsourced CO2 Production Plant emissions and the transportation environmental impact to deliver the CO2 to the brewery.

A simple calculation estimates that 1000-bbl of average strength beer produces about 4,800 kg (84,800 cubic feet) of CO2. Brewers Association estimates that in 2015 craft brewers produced 24.5 million barrels. That equates to over 2 Billion cubic feet of CO2. That seems like a lot of GHG emissions to us.

Environmental   &    Economic
It’s a win-win, environmental stewardship while reducing costs.

The amount of CO2 available for capture, purification and liquefaction depends on a variety of factors including when recovery begins, the specific gravity of the batch, attenuation and when collection ends. As a general rule, craft breweries produce more CO2 than they consume in production, carbonation, packaging and purging. Therefore, purchasing CO2 from outside sources is either eliminated or significantly reduced. R.O.I. is based on the brewery’s current cost of CO2 and the expense of purchasing and installing the CO2llector system. See the link below to learn more.

Return on Investment