At ATRIUM CDR, our mission is to harness natural processes to bioremediate man-made damage and help stabilize and restore Earth’s biological balance. Our innovative carbon dioxide removal (CDR) technology uses seawater and microalgae to produce biomass, extracting CO2 from the atmosphere, and generating oxygen and clean water as by-products.

Our cost-effective photobioreactor is designed to produce microalgae efficiently and sustainably, providing an affordable and accessible solution for combating climate change.

Our vision is to create a planetary geoengineering model that allows us to advance on our way to space exploration. Our technology not only helps to remove excess CO2 from the air and create clean water, but it also has the potential to produce methane and oxygen, which are considered excellent for rocket fuels.

Additionally, our process is sustainable and environmentally friendly, reducing dependenc on traditional water sources and providing a source of feed for animal farms and fisheries.

Our team of engineers from various backgrounds has come together to create ATRIUM CDR to revolutionize sustainable CO2 removal technology, combat climate change, and generate valuable resources for a better future. We are bridging the gap between energy needs and the current technology capability of alternative energy sources by employing a circular economy model with a measurable economic and environmental upside.

We are honored to be part of the worldwide community of scientists, entrepreneurs, and concerned citizens who have united to compete in the XPRIZE for carbon capture, a pivotal force in harnessing humanity’s potential for combating the imminent threat of massive climate change.

We are dedicated to providing a sustainable and profitable source of energy that will meet the demands of our growing world while aggressively sequestering carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.

The natural world inspires our efforts in bioremediation; Microorganisms, such as microalgae, are responsible for producing at least 50% of the oxygen on Earth. We aim to replicate nature’s efficiency by devising, designing, and testing variables to create a final product capable of reducing the costs associated with large-scale microalgae production, creating an accessible solution for combating climate change.

Our effort to contribute The Bioremediation

Atrium harnesses the potential of micro-algae to bioremediate the damage created by humans.


Digestion processes consume excess biomass and help us create sustainable biogas to reduce emissions and costs. This is the next logical step in becoming a completely circular economy.


Excess biomass from the digesters can be further processed to obtain hydrocarbons & fuels, or it can be palletized into feed for livestock. Each of these options help tackle our dependency on fossil fuels.

End Products

Our initial end products will include oxygen, water, and biomass. As the project grows, we will also create additional sustainable products like turbostratic graphene, carbon fiber, HDPE, carbon black, hydrogen, and more.


We will create and build a new class of photobioreactor, specially adapted to growth at industrial scale, to process high concentrations of biomass and reduce the overall price per litter

Closing the Gap

Carbon Fiber
Carbon Black
Is an attractive carbon-negative pathway, and an optimized solid co-product of the pyrolysis of biomass in the absence of oxygen.

It is a high-performance and unique environmental method for increasing soil health by boosting its fertility and agricultural yields.

Advantages to using biochar as fertilizer include a reduction in the leaching of soil nutrients, stabilization of carbon belowground, improvement in soil structure, and refinement in the ecosystem services of soils.
When microalgae grow, they absorb carbon molecules in the form of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. That carbon is then passed through several processes to create polyacrylonitrile (PAN), a form of polymer from which carbon fiber can be made.

Structurally carbon fiber is a super--materiall it's lighter than aluminum but able to outperform steel and reinforced concrete. When used as a construction material, it can help store away carbon from the atmosphere sustainably.
An often--unexpected effect of microalgae cultivation is the high concentration of oxygen obtained throught the absorption of carbon dioxide.

We believe we can reverse the damage caused by excess nutrients in the oceans by releasing some of this oxygen into the sea to sustain marine life once again.
is one of the most abundant elements in our universe.

We believe that it holds the key to combat climate change effectively; Finding ways to produce it cost-effectively and with minimal environmental impact can help us solve many of the energy problems currently affecting us.
Electricity is the primary driver of the modern economy and one of the most significant sources of carbon dioxide emissions.

We need electricity in our everyday lives, but we take for granted the amount of pollution our modern way of living inflicts on the planet.

We are devising new ways to produce affordable energy while simultaneously limiting or eliminating CO2 emissions.
Carbon black everything it touches into a black color, and is used in the printing, tire and plastic industries.

We believe it holds the key to new nanomaterials that can store hundreds of thousands of tons of CO2 in a sustainable way. There are also highly cost-effective ways to produce it on an industrial scale.

Carbon Fixation

Carbon capture unlocks a set of possibilities to not only improve the environment but to also create new industries that will drive the progress of humanity towards a brighter future.
Helping global economies fix the climate crisis will be one of the most profound human achievements.

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