Lafarge Canada and CarbiCrete partner to scale deployment of carbon-negative concrete technology.
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Global technology intelligence firm ABI Research explains that this has driven a surge in digitalisation investment.
Tarmac has partnered with Mates in Mind, a leading UK charity, to launch a festive film with an important message.
The free-standing gantry crane lifts and lowers the material basket, which carries tools, brick pallets, equipment and more.
The Cement and Concrete Breakthrough Initiative has been launched at CO28 in Dubai, supported by the Global Cement and Concrete Association.
At COP 28, CarbonCure celebrates operations on six continents with pan-African developer ARISE IIP’s adoption in Benin and Gabon.
The exclusive agreement includes the potential deployment of multiple commercial-scale plants across three different geographic areas.
Ten of the world’s largest concrete companies and cement plants in a collective acknowledgement for action.
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Cementir inaugurated the second carbon capture pilot plant at its Aalborg cement plant in Denmark.
Holcim has become a founding member of the Sustainable Markets Initiative’s (SMI) Circularity Task Force.
This agreement involves supplying Hoffmann Green Cement’s clinker free cements to CRBPE’s four concrete plants.
Asian carbon emitting companies will see consistent negative margins in the next decade if they do not decarbonise, a new report from Imperial College Business School has concluded.
A new report has highlighted decarbonisation progress in the global cement industry, as world leaders debate climate action at COP28.
Cemex has welcomed in the introduction of the newly revised standard for British concrete, representing an advancement in the UK industry.
GCCA India and Indian cement sector representatives visit Leilac to discuss cement decarbonisation.
This establishes Fauji Cement Company’s position as the third largest cement producer in Pakistan.
TCI signs agreement with Sinai White Portland Cement Company for the development of Egypt’s first bulk cement silos in Arish Port.
Daniel Rennie, Leilac, provides a techno-economic study for low-cost cement decarbonisation.
Tarmac has become the first company to sign the Hertfordshire Growth Board’s Hertfordshire Development Quality Charter.
This edition of Cemex’s celebrated Nature Books emphasises the urgent need to protect our polar regions and mitigate climate change.
Deliveries of Siwertell road-mobile ship unloaders have stepped up in order to meet increased US demand.
Brad Pronschinske, Martin Engineering, explains how the effective use of air cannons can remedy silo buildup and clogging issues, avoiding lost production and increasing safety.