carbon vanish

the solution from nature accelerated

About Carbon Vanish

The most effective approach to addressing the increase of CO2 in the atmosphere is to mitigate its emissions: 

enhancing energy efficiency across all sectors

harnessing the potential of solar energy

implementing local alternative technologies (such as wind, hydroelectric power)

– the mineral Olivine has the property of converting CO2 into a kind of innocent chalk, permanently. CO2 removal through mineralization holds promise due to its potential to yield stable products, which also can also possess value. The elimination process usually takes several decades, but The Carbon Vanishers managed to accelerate this process and reduce the CO2 levels by half in a continuous airflow. The transformation process was shortened to just a few seconds. These spectacular results opened a new perspective for conversion accelerators that are easy to implement on a massive scale. It is crucial to not only reduce future CO2 emissions but also actively decrease the existing CO2 concentrations in the atmosphere. 

The unique carbon vanish approach

"Beyond Boundaries: Embracing New Frontiers of Innovation!"

The collaboration of a succesfull businessman, a managing scientist and a technology driven artist results in unparalleled success. The businessman brings strategic vision, the scientist provides cutting-edge research, and the artist adds creativity and human touch, leading to innovative solutions that captivated markets, pushed boundaries, and touched souls.

Olivine: the natural solution

World’s Most Affordable CO2 Reducer!

Olivine, a naturally occurring mineral, holds the potential to be a game-changer in combatting CO2 concentrations and fostering a sustainable future. When exposed to air and water, olivine undergoes a natural process called “mineral carbonation,” wherein it reacts with CO2 to form stable carbonate minerals.

What makes olivine so promising is its abundance and widespread availability, making it an accessible solution on a global scale. It doesn’t require complex technology or massive infrastructure, offering a cost-effective and scalable approach. Moreover, olivine’s carbon capture process is permanent, ensuring the long-term sequestration of CO2.

Beyond its environmental benefits, olivine also enriches soils and enhances agricultural productivity due to its mineral composition. By incorporating olivine into farming practices, we can enhance crop yields while tackling climate change.

Embracing olivine as a CO2 mitigation strategy aligns with nature-based solutions, promising a brighter, greener future where sustainable practices and natural resources work hand in hand to protect our planet.

Industrial Solutions

Industrial CO2 conversion projects: Transforming carbon dioxide into inert carbonate minerals through large-scale processes.

Nature Based Solutions

Natural conversion of CO2 into harmless and eco-friendly components



Creative Exposure Solutions

Unleashing creativity for CO2 projects’ exposure, making them accessible to the worldwide audience.


Numbers Speak For Themselves!

average CO2 level on earth
284 +
percentage since 1880
100 %
Average temperature increase
0 C

'Art meets Science'

Creative input is a necessity to develop new and innovative technology. Artist & Inventor Ap Verheggen is the founder of the SunGlacier project: making clean and cheap water accessible to everybody on this planet. SunGlacier developed a new and highly efficient technology that harvests water from the air, powered by solar energy, so also usable off the grid. This new technology is awarded with a patent and even works efficient  in world’s most harsh conditions.

The SunGlacier technology was presented by several art/design installations to reach a global audience. Art as the message, instead of highly complicated articles. The worldwide media embraced the project and idea, resulting in numerous international publications.


SunGlacier designed the solar powered – water from air – machine on top of the Dutch pavilion on the World Expo Dubai. The produced water, on average 1200 liters/day, was used to run a waterfall and to grow plants indoors, in the middle of a hot and dry desert.

"Art and science are not separate realms, but rather two branches of the same tree, nourishing each other's growth and shaping the human experience."

Leonardo da Vinci, Renaissance polymath.