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carbon capture

noun [U]
 
 
( also carbon capture and storage, abbreviation CCS)
ENVIRONMENT, SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY a way of catching the carbon produced by machines and processes so that it is not released into the environment: Many of the latest technologies for carbon capture and storage have been generated in the UK.
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