US-based Devil’s Canyon Brewing Company has implemented Earthly Labs’ carbon capture technology to reduce its carbon emissions.

Devil’s Canyon is the first craft brewer in Northern California to deploy this technology to capture and reuse CO2 emissions.

Devil’s Canyon founder and CEO Chris Garrett said: “At Devil’s Canyon, we believe in reducing and reusing resources in all kinds of ways, from solar energy to reusing equipment to repurposing building materials throughout our facility.

“Earthly Labs’ vision fits into our own around practical sustainability. By using CiCi™ to capture and reuse our own CO2, we reduce costs, make better beer and invest in the sustainability of our planet.”

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Located in San Francisco bay area peninsula, Devil’s Canyon Brewing Company offers beer and root beer products produced using premium ingredients.

According to Earthly Labs, its technology captures carbon dioxide from breweries, reusing it to carbonate and package beer.

The technology, CiCi, will enable the craft brewer to capture up to 100,000 pounds of expended carbon dioxide annually, reused for various purposes.

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Earthly Labs CEO Amy George said: “Half of all CO2 emissions come from small sources in our businesses, buildings, and homes, representing an untapped opportunity to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

“Devil’s Canyon’s Silicon Valley facility is teeming with brilliant minds from Tesla to Google making the impossible, possible. Now their great beer inspires them, too.”

Earthly Labs has also set an objective to avoid one billion metric tons of carbon dioxide emissions.