Startup Kiverdi is Converting Carbon Exhaust Into Plant-Based Oil Products

By: Misel Saban - Aug 4, 2016
References: kiverdi & fastcoexist
Kiverdi is a startup based out of the Bay Area that has found a way to recycle emissions into a synthetic palm oil that can be used for a variety of products. The biotech brand offers a solution to continual pollution, and turning the waste product into a new commodity that can be used in a variety of lifestyle products.

The process Kiverdi uses to transform the carbon emissions into synthetic palm oil is allegedly very similar to making beer. The process utilizes the carbon dioxide gas as an agent to extract protein and create a more cost effective palm oil substitute that can be used globally. The process takes only a few hours to create the conversion, and could greatly help diminish the world's carbon footprint.