Carbon Negative Concrete Invented in Canada

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Canadian innovators in Montreal, Canada aim to substantially transform the environmental impact of the construction industry. Cement, one of the key ingredients in making concrete, is responsible for 10% of global CO2 emissions annually. So what if you replace the cement? Carbicrete offers a game changing technology that not only replaces with cement with steel slag (an industrial waste product) but also then injects CO2 as a curing agent which permanently sequesters the CO2. The result, carbon-negative concrete.  Carbicrete is a finalist in the global $20 million Carbon XPrize.  Learn More!

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