ACT is a next generation low carbon cement technology which can deliver a globally scalable 70% reduction in the cement industry’s carbon footprint early as 2035 with no significant increase in production costs, reduced energy and water use, and minimal change to manufacturing processes.
Thanks to a step-change innovation at Ecocem, low clinker cement technology, and the deep and rapid decarbonisation of the global cement industry, is now a possibility.
Our people’s energy, commitment, and belief in our mission are what deliver our industry changing technology and innovation. Their passion and desire to change the world for the better are what sustains us all.
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Commissioned by Ecocem, this report provides an updated picture of the challenges and opportunities facing the cement industry as it urgently seeks to reduce its CO2 emissions.
The report also highlights the need for collaboration and innovation to achieve global decarbonization of the industry, both rapidly and at scale.
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.
POINT.P, part of Saint-Gobain Building Distribution France, and Ecocem, Europe’s leading independent provider of low carbon cement technologies have reinforced their long history of commercial collaboration with this partnership announcement to develop and market low-carbon solutions for binders, concretes and mortars.
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.
Ecocem announces it is joining NEU, a Centre of Excellence for Carbon Neutral Concrete, initiated and powered by the American Concrete Institute (ACI).