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Lafarge Canada releases EcoPlanet in the Pacific Northwest

01 June 2021, Published under Cement News

Lafarge Canada (LafargeHolcim group) has introduced the ultra-low carbon cement product, EcoPlanet to the Pacific Northwest, part of the company’s Western Canadian market. The first round of EcoPlanet projects were completed along the western coast, under the leadership of Brad Kohl, president & CEO of Western Canada. “The strength profile is the same as traditional Portland cement," he shares, “but we’ve decreased CO 2 emissions from the manufacturing process by 35 per cent." Rene Th...

Cemex releases new low-carbon cement to European market

26 May 2021, Published under Cement News

As part of its innovative Vertua ® low-carbon product portfolio, Cemex España has launched its new high-performance grey cement type II 52.5 R to the European cement market This cement has been tailored  to provide superior performance to the precast and infrastructure segment by providing early strength such as that obtained by Type I cement but with ~20 per cent lower direct CO 2 emissions, says Cemex. The new cement is part of Cemex’s “Future in Action” climate strategy, which aim...

Vicat announces stake in 2170 to develop low-carbon cements

28 May 2019, Published under Cement News

Vicat has approached 2170, a subsidiary of Burgundy-based JPS Granulats, to accelerate the development of low-carbon cements. The French cement producers has announced it would buy a stake in the capital of 2170, which prides itself on being the first French producer to receive the NF Hydraulic Binder certification in February 2018 for the production of blended cements. "Vicat has always favoured short circuits throughout the territories. The synergies deployed between our two companies wi...

CEMBUREAU takes stock of Low Carbon Road map 2050 objectives

30 October 2018, Published under Cement News

C EMBUREAU recently hosted its 'Low Carbon Roadmap Progress towards the 2°C target' in the European Parliament, where it gave an industry update to MEPs. Five years ago the European cement industry published its Low Carbon Roadmap, outlining how CO 2 emissions could be reduced by 32 per cent (compared to 1990 levels) by 2050 with conventional technologies and potentially by 80 per cent if breakthrough technologies become widely available. C EMBUREAU has now taken stock of where the ceme...