Geoengineering is a type of weather modification (or climate engineering) which has been researched, but, until recently, has been considered too unpredictable to attempt on a large scale. Two engineers are set to assess and research the benefits and risks of geoengineering by spraying particles of sulfur dioxide, alumina or calcium carbonate from a high-altitude balloon over Arizona during 2018. Learn more about this story and other news for Pulverized Mineral Division members in this week’s PMD Newsline.
Calcium Carbonate Helps Food Flavorings
Calcium carbonate is being used to help speed up the dissolution rate of food flavorings.
Industrial Filler and Paper will lead North American Calcium Carbonate Market
According to this report, the North American calcium carbonate market will reach $9.19 billion by 2025 due to rising demand in the paper, building, plastic and construction industries