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Lafarge Canada launches green concrete range

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Following its rollout in Europe and the US, Lafarge Canada introduces ECOPact, a range of green concrete, delivering high-performing, sustainable and circular benefits with the opportunity to reuse materials in construction. This introduction is an essential component of the company's strategy to advance the transition towards low-carbon and circular construction.

David Redfern, President & CEO Eastern Canada, explains: "ECOPact, the first Canadian CO2 reduced concrete brand, represents an important step and redefines our approach to minimising greenhouse gas emissions. When people choose ECOPact, they reduce the carbon footprint of a cubic metre of concrete by a minimum of 30% and it can be certified, empowering owners, municipalities and specifiers with the ability to include the impact on climate as a criterion in their procurement process."

"Western Canadian communities are driven to decarbonise," says Brad Kohl, President & CEO Western Canada. "We are dedicated to changing the way we build, with innovative solutions that maximise performance and quality while reducing the impact of greenhouse gas emissions."

With the rollout of ECOPact across the Americas, the company makes a significant contribution to sustainable construction, where it sells roughly 15 million m3 of ready-mix concrete every year.

ECOPact is sold at a range of low-carbon levels, from 30% to 70% less carbon emissions compared to standard concrete. Future product expansion in the coming months will allow up to 100% reduction in carbon emissions compared to standard concrete. Where regulatory conditions allow, ECOPact products integrate upcycled construction and demolition materials, further closing the resource loop.

With this new ECOPact green concrete range LafargeHolcim aims to lead sustainable and circular construction. With one-third of its net sales already in sustainable solutions, LafargeHolcim offers a broad portfolio of low-carbon products and technologies. With the Research and Development (R&D) organisation, the company dedicates 50% of its innovation resources to low carbon solutions, with 40% of its patents currently in this area.

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