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Published on 3/18/2019

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Limestone free cement

Is that the answer to cement's environmental problems?


 

 

Source: interestingengineering.com

 

A game-changing solution to the problems of utilising cement in manufacturing concrete could be to remove limestone from cement. This is the part that releases CO2 when it breaks down.

There are alternatives to this. However, most are too expensive or in the early stages of development. Some, however, are being used.

If we could build all our cities with limestone-free cement, we would be very much helping our planet.

As we keep building more and more cities to accommodate increasing populations, it is important to consider other alternatives.

 

Watch this video to find out more :

 

 

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