News and Insights

The latest news and ideas from
Ecocem's teams across Europe.
  • 26 Apr 23

    Reseau Action Climat and the future of cement

    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.

  • 27 Mar 23
    • Technology

    Let’s talk low carbon dry-mix mortar dynamics

    As the European Coatings Show kicks off in Nuremberg this week, we’ve been reflecting on the market and the developments we are seeing.

  • 23 Mar 23
    • Insight

    Ecocem appoints Jennifer Dolan as Head of People and Culture

    Jennifer Dolan appointed as Head of People and Culture

  • 16 Mar 23
    • Insight

    Net-Zero Industry Act

    Ecocem’s response to the EU’s Net-Zero Industry Act and how the legislation is a missed opportunity for the cement industry.

  • 16 Feb 23
    • Policy
    • Technology

    The race for green technology just accelerated

    Founder and Managing Director, Donal O’Riain, discusses continued commitment to investment in Europe and the need for European governments to match this commitment through state support for climate innovators.

  • 18 Jan 23
    • Policy

    Ecocem welcomes carbon emissions commitment from Irish Government

    Ecocem welcomes Irish Government commitment to fundamental action to reduce carbon emissions from industry and enterprise by 35% before 2030. New Irish Climate Action Plan 2023 states that low carbon cement must be used in all public projects from now on.

  • 09 Jan 23
    • Policy
    • Technology

    We need action, not words

    Founder Donal O’Riain reflects on COP27 and how we can accelerate the decarbonisation of the cement industry.

  • 29 Nov 22
    • Technology

    Ecocem announces ACT: next gen low carbon cement technology

    Ecocem, Europe’s leader in low carbon cement technologies, has today announced a major step in enabling the global cement industry to decarbonise on a trajectory compliant with the Paris Agreement to limit global warming to 1.5°C.