Irish mechanical trees company raises €900,000 investment

Carbon Collect makes devices which absorb more than 1,000 times more C02 than real trees

18th August, 2021
Irish mechanical trees company raises €900,000 investment
The Carbon Collect mechanical trees are about ten metres tall and last for an estimated 15 years

Carbon Collect, an Irish mechanical trees company, has received almost €900,000 in investment from backers including Caroline Keeling, head of Keelings, the fruit and vegetable distributor.

Keeling bought more than €150,000 of shares in the firm last month along with five other investors.

It is the latest in a string of investments made over the past year in the company founded by Eoin Ryan, the former Fianna Fáil MEP, Pól Ó Móráin, the former entrepreneur-in-residence...

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