- We began working in 2014 to find a way to utilize CO2 in the concrete industry
- We're using waste CO2 alongside steam as part of the curing process
- Successfully storing up to 200kg of CO2 in every ton of concrete
- As strong as regular concrete in a quarter of the time
After water, concrete is the most widely used material on earth. Approximately 4 billion tons were produced in 2019, and that amount is set to rise over the coming years. However, creating the principle ingredient – cement – is also responsible for around 7% of annual global CO2 emissions.
While there is a clear desire to reduce CO2 emissions across the whole concrete industry, our focus has been on the usage rather than the production of cement. We are innovating the way concrete is manufactured to utilize CO2 as part of the curing process.