Concrete is one of the most important substances on earth. After water, it is the most consumed product on earth. Yet it’s key ingredient – cement – is extremely polluting. It is responsible for over 90 per cent of the carbon footprint of concrete. Overall, every tonne of cement manufactured emits almost one tonne of CO2.
Ecocem is a pioneer of high-performance cement technology for the deep and rapid decarbonisation of the cement and concrete industries. This technology has the potential to reduce the carbon footprint of the cement industry by as much as 70%
The world needs cement. From housing, sanitation, and places of education and health to roads, flood defences and sustainable energy sources, cement is the glue that holds it all together.
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.
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.
Director of Marketing for Sustainable Innovation, Jean-Christophe Trassard, discusses joining forces with Réseau Action Climat to co-sign a paper that formulates clear recommendations to support the future.
As the European Coatings Show kicks off in Nuremberg this week, we’ve been reflecting on the market and the developments we are seeing.