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This carbon-negative hand sanitizer is made from captured CO2

17 Mar 2020

Across the country, many distilleries are switching from making booze to making sanitizer. Air Co.’s carbon-neutral vodka factory is doing the same.

When it launched last year, the New York City-based startup Air Co. made the world’s first carbon-negative vodka—using captured CO2 instead of yeast to make alcohol. Now, in response to the coronavirus crisis, it’s using that same captured CO2 to make hand sanitizer instead.

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