June 5, 2008 Origo Industries is set to reveal a new technology designed to capture and recycle a vehicle's CO2 emissions and produce fuel that can be used to re-power your car or even power your house.

The system captures on-board CO2 emissions and stores it for recycling through a home-unit that uses algae to produce bio-oil - up to 2500 liters per year according to the press release.


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The technology will go on show at Green-Car-Guide Live! 2008 in the UK on Thursday 12th June 2008.

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