“SUSTER together with the University of Twente and the Dutch companies TDI and Blue Atmosphere have received EFRO subsidies to develop new technology for regulating the CO2 concentration in confined spaces such as class rooms, offices and also fruit storage rooms. Within this so-called CO2NTROL project prototype units for the capture of CO2 will be designed and tested. Bert Heesink: “Because of respiration the CO2 concentration in a class room can be 3 to 4 times higher than in open air. Such high CO2 concentrations have a negative impact on the learning performance of children. With our new technology the CO2 concentration can be lowered and controlled”. read more.