CEMEX, S.A.B. de C.V. (“CEMEX”) announced today that it has successfully tested a process that converts flue gases emitted by the cement kiln into carbon nanomaterials, thereby transforming "bad" carbon into "good" carbon.
Region: Mexico
In order to make air traffic and cement production sustainable in a low-CO2 world, three players with completely different backgrounds have joined forces in the "Concrete Chemicals" project consortium. Global cement producer CEMEX, Sasol ecoFT, part of the integrated chemical company Sasol, and renewable energy company ENERTRAG plan to produce sustainable aviation fuel (SAF), which will also contribute to the decarbonization of the cement industry.
Region: Germany
Lucky Cement Limited and Reon Energy today announced a 34 MW captive solar power project with a 5.589 MWh Reflex energy storage. The project set to be installed at Lucky Cement’s Pezu plant in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa will hold not only Pakistan’s largest on-site captive solar plant but also the largest ever energy storage solution.
Region: Pakistan
Marking a big shift in helping to reduce CO2 emissions in construction across Western Canada, Lafarge announced today that their Richmond plant will manufacture only OneCem, the company’s lower carbon portland limestone cement for use in materials across BC and the Pacific Northwest.
Region: Canada
The LEILAC 2 (Low Emissions Intensity Lime And Cement) carbon capture project has successfully passed its Financial Investment Decision milestone, confirming that the project can now enter the implementation phase.
Region: Germany
Holcim Australia and New Zealand today announced that it will construct and operate a new facility in Auckland. CEO George Agriogiannis confirmed Holcim will import and distribute lower carbon cement replacement products, which will enable a reduction of construction-related embodied carbon.
Region: Australia
Since 1 January 2022, Cementir Group, through its subsidiary CCB, has been distributing FUTURECEM™ in the French and Benelux markets, following the strategic roll-out of this technology as part of the Cementir Group ambitious sustainable roadmap towards 2030 and beyond. This new and more sustainable cement technology developed by Cementir Group has been already warmly welcomed by the Danish market in 2021 with sales development in line with plans.
Region: France

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