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Recycled carbon to perfume: CO2 transformed into sustainable fragrances.


  • Manufacturers are using recycled ethanol to reduce carbon footprint in fragrances.
  • LanzaTech’s technology transforms carbon emissions from steel mills into sustainable raw materials.

In a recent article by Kristel Milet for Premium Beauty News, the focus is on the innovative technology that is transforming carbon emissions from steel mills into sustainable fragrances. Manufacturers, such as Coty and Gucci, are using recycled ethanol to reduce the carbon footprint of their products, with ethanol accounting for up to 95% of a fragrance composition. LanzaTech has developed a technology that captures carbon emitted by industrial steel mills and converts it into sustainable raw materials or fuels through biotechnology. This new approach not only reduces greenhouse gas emissions but also promotes regenerative cultivation and processing of leguminous plants to create sustainable perfume alcohol.

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