A group of leading materials scientists has called for the cement and construction sectors to urgently adopt low carbon cement technologies to radically reduce CO2 emissions.
Chisom Ekomaru, Sustainability Manager at Ecocem, reflects on the company’s recent Sustainability Report.
Ecocem has partnered with Heathrow to trial the applicability of novel lower carbon concretes at the airport, aiming to reduce embodied carbon compared to conventional mixes.
Ecocem, Europe’s leading provider of low carbon solutions for the cement and construction industries, has today announced the appointment of Jaouad Nadah as Innovation Project Manager.
Guest blog from Justin Wilkes, Executive Director at ECOS, on busting the myth on decarbonising cement.
The joint venture will produce large volumes of high-quality limestone fillers essential for low carbon cements, which can reduce clinker content by 70%.
Ecocem announces it is joining NEU, a Centre of Excellence for Carbon Neutral Concrete, initiated and powered by the American Concrete Institute (ACI).
Cemex and Ecocem announce a new partnership, which will see the two companies work together from June 2023 to test and implement lower carbon solutions in France.