advertisement advertisement advertisement You might not know it, but you're likely washing your clothes with ingredients made from fossil fuels But soon, you'll be able to stop and do your laundry with a detergent made from recycled carbon emissions instead. While many surfactants—a key ingredient in detergents, which creates foam and allows dirt to be washed away—are derived from petroleum, a new laundry capsule from Unilever, which initially will be available in stores in China, uses surfactants made from captured industrial emissions. advertisement The laundry capsules, available through the brand Omo and launching in China April 22, result from a partnership between Unilever, biotech company LanzaTech, and green chemical company India Glycols. LanzaTech, which has a commercial plant running in China that turns carbon emissions from a steel mill into ethanol, has already used its carbon recycling process to turn those emissions into jet fuel and alcohol for fragrances . Like all of LanzaTech's recycled carbon products , making surfactants from emissions will have a dual environmental impact: preventing the use of fossil fuels while simultaneously averting carbon emissions from being released into the air. The partnership is part of Unilever's Clean Future program , which aims to eliminate fossil-fuel-based… Read full this story
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