ACT, Ecocem’s groundbreaking low carbon cement technology, has been selected to showcase at The Buildings and Climate Global Forum – a first-of-its-kind event that will build on the progress made at the recent United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP28).
The European Cement industry now has a scalable low carbon cement technology that can accelerate cost-effective decarbonization within the decade.
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.
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.
Ecocem announces it is joining NEU, a Centre of Excellence for Carbon Neutral Concrete, initiated and powered by the American Concrete Institute (ACI).
The joint venture will produce large volumes of high-quality limestone fillers essential for low carbon cements, which can reduce clinker content by 70%.
Guest blog penned by Justin Wilkes, Executive Director at ECOS, on busting the myth on decarbonising cement.