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House of Switzerland highlights Swiss innovation in climate solutions

Written on February 17, 2023

As a Swiss startup dedicated to sustainability and innovation, Qaptis is proud to have been featured on House of Switzerland for our pioneering work in combatting climate change.

Our CO2 capture kit for exhaust pipes is a notable example of a solution, which addresses the high carbon footprint of the transport industry in Switzerland. This advanced technology helps reduce carbon emissions and promote sustainability by capturing CO2 and recycling it through existing recovery channels, contributing to a more circular economy.

The recognition from House of Switzerland serves as validation for our commitment to driving innovation in the fight against the pressing issue of the climate crisis. As a company that leverages cutting-edge technology for positive environmental impact, Qaptis remains resolute in its mission to create a more sustainable future.

If you are interested in discovering other cleantech startups, we invite you to visit the link below for an overview of Swiss carbon-neutral solutions.

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