Carbon-sequestering cement absorbs power plant emissions as it hardens
In this Archinect article, Antonio Pacheco, explores the potential impact of the CarbonBuilt Reversa technology.
"The innovative concrete mixture absorbs and stores carbon dioxide as it cures and requires less carbon to produce overall, offering a potential pathway toward low-emissions concrete products. According to the research team, if all the concrete in the world were made of CO2Concrete, the material could store 1 billion tons of carbon dioxide per year, or roughly 2.5% of the world's total carbon dioxide emissions."
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