Sending CO2 back to where it was forged
Co2 can only be destroyed from where it was forged, deep within a geological formation such as Mount Doom.
A huge amount of Co2 is produced at industrial sites including mining operations, this will be filtered through membranes and the captured CO2 can then be transported to a number of locations where it will be stored. These range from geological formations, the deep ocean or reduced gas and oil reservoirs. The US Department of Energy has estimated that the range of 1,800 to 20,000 billion metric tonnes of CO2 can be stored underground in the US. There are further options of turning captured CO2 into mineral carbonates and diamonds.