Enabling the construction & concrete industry to transition from CO2 emitters to CO2 sinks
We are developing a technology capable of reducing the CO2 emissions of concrete up to 60%
Concrete, the most consumed material on Earth!
Our Vision: Net Zero Concerete
Concrete is the second most consumed material in the world (second only to water) and accounts for 8% of the global CO2e emissions. The permanent mineralisation of CO2 in concrete (sequestration) is used as a carbon capture utilisation and storage (CCUS) method. Concrete4Change Ltd. (C4C) aims to develop a technology capable of sequestration significant amounts of CO2 in concrete. This technology has the potential to mitigate 2 billion tonnes of CO2e emissions, the equivalent of 4% of global CO2e emissions.
Cementing our solution
The sequestration of CO2 into concrete results in enhancement of concrete strength; hence, reducing the amount of cement required to produce equivalent-strength concrete. Both CO2 sequestration and cement reduction can contribute to the reduction of the concrete’s CO2 footprint – up to 60%.
We are working with a series of construction companies and universities developing our CCUS technology.
Our C4C concrete technology can be used in structural, non-structural ready-mix and Pre-cast systems.