CarbonCure and Roberts Oxygen team up for CO2 utilisation solution to support concrete producers in Pennsylvania, Delaware and New Jersey.
Roberts Oxygen Company, Inc., a US independent distributor of compressed industrial gases, has joined with CarbonCure Technologies to provide a complete solution for innovative carbon dioxide utilisation for the concrete industry in Pennsylvania, Delaware, and New Jersey.
The CarbonCure Technology recycles carbon dioxide in order to improve the compressive strength of concrete and enable ready mix concrete producers to realise manufacturing cost savings while reducing their carbon footprint. Roberts Oxygen is a family owned business with 47 locations serving 9 states spanning Pennsylvania to Florida that distributes purified CO2 sourced from industrial emitters.
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“The CarbonCure Technology presents a fantastic new approach to CO2 utilization,” says Scott Van Pelt, Vice President Sales at Roberts Oxygen. “The introduction of CO2 into concrete production chemically converts and permanently captures the CO2, which is positive for the environment. By partnering with CarbonCure, we can now provide an enhanced service-oriented solution for concrete producers who choose to adopt this sustainable technology.”
This partnership builds upon previous successful collaborations between the two companies that date back to 2015. Roberts Oxygen currently supplies CO2 to 4 CarbonCure customers with 7 unique tank installations. With the largest fleet of microbulk CO2 trucks in the mid-Atlantic region, Roberts Oxygen is best positioned to provide consistent, reliable and speedy service to CarbonCure customers.
Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/product-news/18052018/carboncure-and-roberts-oxygen-team-up-for-co2-utilisation-solution/
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