eCO2™ takes carbon dioxide from emissions sources and uses it to produce valuable materials like fertilizer, plastics, methane and fuels, all while remaining cost-effective and green. We work closely with clients to convert carbon emissions into new revenue, dedicating our team of expert scientists, engineers, and entrepreneurs to turn pressing environmental and economical problems into promising opportunities.
The Truly Carbon-
Innovation drives the future forward. But the carbon emissions that currently power our modern world threaten the health of our shared planet and the prosperity of our shared tomorrow. With more and more global enterprises seeking to optimize their processes to reduce their carbon footprints without reducing their profit potential, there’s a profound need for an eco-conscious, economically feasible solution: A transformative technology that converts harmful carbon emissions into commodities.
eCO2 leverages microbes to absorb and convert carbon dioxide into essential molecules needed to build a renewable future. Powered by biotech, these microbes don’t just transform CO2 into something profitable—they completely remove emissions from the equation.
Truly carbon-negative option. Truly climate-positive.
Others stay neutral—we make change. By engineering microbes that feed on existing CO2, we’re producing a solution to climate change that’s economical, accessible, and truly carbon-negative.
New revenue streams.
Sustainability means a more prosperous future for our planet, but it also means longevity for business. Our microbes convert CO2 into feedstock for valuable organic materials like ethylene—essential for the production of synthetic materials and alcohols.
Versatile production practices. Versatile applications.
eCO2 is flexible and designed to produce reliable results in multiple use cases. With our carbon utilization platform, businesses can innovate their entire operations (from subsurface refineries to factory emissions) and bring their big ideas to scale—for less.
At Cemvita, we start the process off with a complimentary consultation and end with an actionable plan to help transition businesses to a sustainable, progressive model. Depending on our partners’ unique needs, we equip their businesses with eco-friendly, low-cost products derived from our eCO2 process. Whether a business is looking to repurpose waste, synthesize organic material, or go carbon-negative, we’ll help them reach their goals and prepare for a renewable future—creating new revenue and eliminating emissions, as they do.
It’s not just that our CUP works without hydrogen or water, making it the lowest-cost process of its kind. It’s not just that we’re forging the way with innovations that help our clients profit while simultaneously cleaning up our atmosphere.
eCO2™ is about transforming our future, working together to raise our standards, and sparking the carbon-negative revolution we deserve.
"At United, we have been consistent in leading the airline industry with bold action when it comes to fighting climate change – that starts with building an ecosystem around companies like Cemvita to create and commercialize new Sustainable Aviation Fuel technologies.”
President, United Airlines Ventures
Turn CO2 into lipids that can be used as renewable oils for biofuel or combined with fatty acids and alcohol to make cosmetics.
Turn CO2 into organic fertilizer that recycles carbon and replaces damaging agricultural chemicals with an eco-friendly option.
Turn CO2 into the building blocks of renewable energy infrastructure with this truly carbon-negative biodiesel alternative.
Turn CO2 into alcohols that can be used in a wide range of applications, from fuel transportation to being repurposed by the cosmetic industry.
Turn CO2 into lower cost, protein-rich feedstock that can be explored to greatly supplement nutritional value in a host of food and beverage applications.
Turn CO2 into a renewable solution to our planet’s finite supply of flammable gas, like bio-butane.
Turn CO2 into a vinegar alternative that can be integrated into volatile fatty acids that can be fermented products and industrial materials.