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Saturday, 1 September 2012

California's new carbon market
Every year at the Pacific Coast Producers processing plant in Woodland, California, half a million tons of tomatoes are sliced, diced, canned, boiled, and shipped to grocery stores nationwide. The operation is driven by steam, lots of it, which comes from a suite of massive natural-gas-powered boilers. Together, these boilers emit over 25,000 metric tonnes of greenhouse gases annually, which means PCP will be forced to join California's cap-and-trade carbon market, set to kick off in November.

1 comment:

  1. California entering into carbon market,in which companies buy and sell the right to emit green house gases from their factories..Carbon Markets are specially designed to reduce the emission of carbon dioxide and green house gases at lower price..Carbon Trading is pretty idea in which cost creates incentive across economy to reduce pollution and invest in clean form of energy..very informative post shared here..keep continue sharing such useful post


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