How Carbon Credits Are Transforming Concrete Plants into Carbon Removal Factories

How Carbon Credits Are Transforming Concrete Plants into Carbon Removal Factories

Lauren Concrete, a family-based business in central Texas, prides itself on delivering a high-quality product and being innovative. The concrete producer initially adopted CarbonCure's Ready-Mix technology in its four largest plants. However, the revenue earned through carbon credits made it financially viable for Lauren Concrete to expand CarbonCure to all 24 of its permanent plants in 2022.

Access this case study to discover how carbon credit revenue has turbocharged the financial case for Lauren Concrete to remove and reduce as much CO₂ as possible—creating a win-win for the concrete producer and the environment.

You'll learn:

  • Why concrete is a challenging sector to decarbonize
  • How carbon credits are ensuring that the storage and reduction of CO₂ in concrete production is financially possible
  • How CarbonCure is working with concrete producers to distribute the benefits of carbon removal back to local host communities

Lauren Concrete Brings Greener Concrete to Texas with CarbonCure