- Complete explanation of the operation
- Contains all practical applications
- Described economic and climate gains
- Written by Olaf Schuiling
is a rapidly growing problem worldwide. The fact that nature itself has been adequately regulating the capture of this climate-threatening gas for billions of years is perhaps new to many. And that olivine is a common rock on our planet and plays a crucial role in that process is probably also new.
Emeritus professor of geology Olaf Schuiling has been researching for years the meaning of this 'philosopher's stone' that ensures that life on earth is preserved. Olivine binds CO₂.
Unfortunately, current CO₂ emissions have become so large that we have to support nature by increasing the availability of olivine. Simply by replacing stones and sand with olivine.
Olaf Schuiling discovered and practiced dozens of applications for olivine on a small scale. The green revolution is within reach and everyone can contribute at minimal cost.
Every kilo of greenSand removes an average of 1 kilo of CO2
The mineral Olivine weathers (rusts) with the CO2 in the rainwater. It has been proven in the lab that 1 kg of greenSand Olivine captures an average of 1 kg of CO2. However, we are convinced that in real nature things happen even faster. By using greenSand Olivine as a replacement in as many applications as possible worldwide, we can permanently capture a large part of the CO2 surplus in a natural way.