Rewind & GeoEcoMar Submit Permit Request for Black Sea Carbon Storage Impact Study

July 3, 2024

We are excited to announce our partnership with GeoEcoMar, one of Romania’s leading marine research institutions, and the  submission of an official permit request for a pioneering research project in Romania, focused on studying the environmental impacts of organic carbon storage in the anoxic depths of the Black Sea.

As part of the research, we will:

  • Store 100 tons of sustainably sourced, verified clean, surplus woody biomass at a depth of 500 meters, and a distance of 200 km offshore.
  • Monitor environmental parameters (chemical and biological) for 24 months to ensure safety and efficacy.
  • Analyze the preservation quality of the woody biomass as well as a few other types of plants.

The English and Romanian versions of our permit request are available for public review. We invite you to explore the details and provide us with your feedback.

This is an opportunity to strengthen our commitment to open, collaborative research. The data collected during the experiment and the extracted insights will be shared with the scientific community and the public.


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