The Kujawy Cement Plant will use Air Liquide’s cryogenic (i.e. freezing) technology called Cryocap™ FG, which will make it possible to eliminate all CO2 emissions caused by cement production as part of the Kujawy Go4ECOPlanet project. The CO2 reduction process of the Cryocap™ FG technology will start with the capture of carbon dioxide from the flue gases of the clinker kiln. This means that other substances will also be captured in the process. The carbon dioxide will then be separated from the other gases and liquefied at a low temperature in what is known as the cryogenic process. Using this method, 99.9% pure carbon dioxide can be captured. Condensates will be extracted from the remaining gas for reuse. The treatment of the condensates will generate water, which Lafarge Poland will reuse during production, and sodium sulphate and nitrate compounds, which will be used in agriculture.