Local Teens Help Invent Carbon Capture Device

Photo courtesy Cameron Miller
Kyle McLoughlin (left), a La Cañada Flintridge resident, and Cameron Miller have invented a unique carbon-capturing system they call Carbonet Zero. They’re seeking funding through a Kickstarter campaign to continue to develop it.

Over the past year, La Cañada Flintridge resident Kyle McLoughlin and Cameron Miller have developed a product named Carbonet Zero, a carbon capture system that is capable of attaching to a home’s water heater, generator or other gasoline/natural gas burning appliances, in a quest to help solve climate change.
Over the summer, the duo — both of whom attended St. Bede School — conducted research on clean energy technologies in their backyard laboratory, placing an emphasis on carbon capture systems, which has shown promise as an economically viable option to capture greenhouse gases at residential homes.
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