Global cement industry unveils concrete plans for 25% emissions reductions by 2030

It supports the Global Cement and Concrete Association’s previous pledge to achieve net zero concrete by 2050

Concrete CCS plans to slash emissions from cement

Sulzer Chemtech and Blue Planet have developed a new technology they claim ‘more than offsets’ the carbon footprint of cement

CEMEX and bp team up to deliver net zero CO2 concrete globally

Potential solutions include low carbon power and transport, energy efficiency, natural carbon offsets and carbon capture, utilisation and storage technologies

Yorkshire Water trials eco-friendly concrete tech

The new ceramic surface treatment, developed by advanced materials manufacturer Haydale, is designed to prevent concrete decay and prolong the life of assets

CEMEX and Carbon Clean to develop cost-effective carbon capture tech for cement industry

The companies hope the partnership will make carbon capture technology more accessible, more affordable and more efficient on an industrial scale

Global Cement and Concrete Association targets carbon-neutral future by 2050

Member companies are developing a concrete roadmap that will set out detailed actions and milestones the industry will enact to achieve their goal

French Cement plant signs deal to install modular carbon capture tech

Carbon8 Systems’ technology will be used at Vicat’s Montalieu cement plant to combine industrial waste residues with captured carbon dioxide emissions to produce high-value, lightweight construction aggregates

Lower carbon concrete sets a firm foundation for a greener future

Britain’s biggest electricity distributor, UK Power Networks, is exploring new ways to tackle the net zero carbon challenge as part of its £600 million annual investment to upgrade power supplies and provide new network connections

Holcim brings carbon-neutral concrete to the market

The firm has been certified to offset the embodied carbon of its ready-mix concrete on behalf of its customers

UK’s cement industry emissions down a quarter since 1998

A new report says the reduction in emissions was achieved largely due to businesses improving their energy efficiency credentials, using alternative feedstocks and utilising more renewable energy sources