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  1. Cemex partners with Ellen MacArthur to enhance circular economy efforts

    United Nations reported that the buildings and construction sector accounted for approximately 37 percent of global CO2 emissions in 2021. By adopting circular economy practices, the sector could reduce CO2 emissions from building materials by 38...

    • Type: Article
    • Category: Markets & Competition
  2. Caribbean Cement Company to invest over USD 51M in 2024

    Martinez expects stability and future growth with the construction of new hotels in Jamaica. The company also aims to cut emissions by nearly half by 2030, aligning with its parent company Cemex's sustainability goals. Caribbean Cement, which supplies...

    • Type: Article
    • Category: Plant Expansions
  3. Rock Tech promotes use of lithium by-products in cement production

    power generation. This innovation can ensure regional supply security for the German cement industry and reduce CO2 emissions. The study demonstrated that adding 20 percent LSC to Portland cement increases its compressive strength by 10 percent,...

    • Type: Article
    • Category: Markets & Competition
  4. Cimpor launches eco-friendly plant in Cameroon

    of cement and 400,000 tons of calcined clay. Utilizing Cimpor's proprietary ‘deOHclay’ technology, the plant reduces CO2 emissions per ton of cement by up to 40 percent. The investment is part of Cimpor's broader strategy to boost sustainability, with a...

    • Type: Article
    • Category: Environment
  5. Air China orders bulkers

    superstructure. These ships will also be equipped with an intelligent navigation safety system and real-time emissions monitoring. Air China Ocean Shipping has not disclosed the contract price or delivery timeline for these vessels. For context,...

    • Type: Article
    • Category: Markets & trade
  6. Game-changing building materials

    consumption and enhances insulation. Sugarcrete, a new type of brick made from sugarcane waste, not only reduces carbon emissions significantly but also features ease of assembly with modern technology. Additionally, Montana State University is...

    • Type: Article
    • Category: Construction
  7. New CEO for aggregate industries

    to advancing its goals of becoming the UK’s top supplier of sustainable construction materials and achieving net zero emissions. Outgoing CEO Maksimovic endorsed Sleight’s appointment, highlighting his proven track record in business transformation and...

    • Type: Article
    • Category: Construction
  8. RUSAL achieves green aluminium milestone

    RUSAL’s ALLOW INERTA brand, which boasts the lowest carbon footprint in the industry, significantly lowers greenhouse gas emissions to 0.01 tonnes of CO2 equivalent per tonne of aluminium. The company has also advanced its decarbonization strategy by...

    • Type: Article
    • Category: End-user Markets
  9. EPA grants funding to Heidelberg Materials for EPD project

    Heidelberg Materials announced on its website. The funding is part of the EPA’s Reducing Embodied Greenhouse Gas Emissions for Construction Materials and Products Grant, which totals nearly USD 160 million and is distributed among 38 recipients. This...

    • Type: Article
    • Category: Environment
  10. Lafarge Africa introduces low-carbon cement in Nigeria

    Unicem, in Enugu state. Produced at the Mfamosing plant in Cross River State, ECOPlanet, with over 30% reduced CO2 emissions, marks a significant advancement in its commitment to sustainable building solutions. Scheduled for a nationwide launch by the...

    • Type: Article
    • Category: Environment
  11. Fraunhofer utilizes cyanobacteria for eco-friendly construction

    aims to provide a sustainable alternative to conventional concrete production, significantly reducing carbon dioxide emissions and offering potential for atmospheric CO2 capture. The new method involves culturing cyanobacteria in a nutrient-rich...

    • Type: Article
    • Category: Concrete & Brick
  12. Innovative slag usage saves resources and cuts emissions

    not only minimized the need for natural rock but also contributed to a reduction of approximately 12 million tons of CO2 emissions, primarily by substituting granulated blast furnace slag for Portland cement clinker. From 2000 to 2023, the use of...

    • Type: Article
    • Category: Other
  13. Sappi Europe reduces carbon

    In 2023, Sappi Europe's Kirkniemi Mill in Lohja, Finland, transitioned to renewable biomass energy, cutting its Scope 1 emissions by 90 percent. Additionally, the mill now receives clean electricity, eliminating Scope 2 emissions. These efforts have led...

    • Type: Article
    • Category: Europe & Central Asia
  14. Transforming U.S. manufacturing with green construction materials

    over USD 1.3 million to Holcim U.S. Inc. to advance cleaner manufacturing practices. The aim is to reduce greenhouse gas emissions associated with construction materials, which account for a substantial portion of global carbon output. In Missouri,...

    • Type: Article
    • Category: Construction
  15. Ecocem to double Dunkirk plant capacity with low-carbon technology

    clinker content to less than 30 percent, significantly below the industry average of 75 percent, thereby reducing carbon emissions associated with traditional cement production methods. Ecocem’s strategy involves leveraging limestone fillers and mineral...

    • Type: Article
    • Category: Environment
  16. EPA awards Holcim U.S. funding for low-carbon materials production

    Holcim’s Environmental Product Declaration (EPD) Accelerator Project will enhance data transparency on environmental emissions and generate robust EPDs for various construction materials. Copyright CW Group. All rights reserved. Unauthorized...

    • Type: Article
    • Category: Environment
  17. Taiheiyo Cement commissions new production line in Cebu

    New facility to enhance output and reduce emissions (CW Group) Taiheiyo Cement Philippines Inc. (TCPI) has inaugurated a new production line in San Fernando, Cebu, aiming to boost cement output to 3.0 million tons annually, informs Claudine Flores. The...

    • Type: Article
    • Category: Markets & Competition
  18. Cemex and Regenera collab to create Mexico's first zero-waste city

    by Cemex and Regenera, is set to produce biomass from organic waste, significantly reducing landfill use and methane emissions. The plant processes over 8,000 tons of waste into alternative fuel each month, equating to a reduction of nearly 12,000 tons...

    • Type: Article
    • Category: Environment
  19. Semen Indonesia signs new deal to reduce emissions

    Cement giant goes green (CW Group) [PAID={"id":"1,2,3,4,5","title":"The content you tried to access is only available to paid subscribers.","link":"1"}]PT Semen Indonesia (Persero) Tbk (SMGR) and PT PLN (Persero) have partnered to advance the energy...

    • Type: Article
    • Category: Environment
  20. Canada invests in green shipping initiatives

    initiative is part of Canada’s broader climate action plan aimed at decarbonizing the marine sector and achieving net-zero emissions by 2050. The funding will facilitate the development of next-generation clean ships, invest in shore power...

    • Type: Article
    • Category: Markets & trade

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