Specifying Low Carbon Concrete
Concrete specifiers play the most important role in embodied carbon reduction and removal: encouraging the inclusion of low carbon technologies like CarbonCure.
Collaboration to reduce embodied carbon
Reduction of embodied carbon in concrete is only possible when the concrete specifications allow it. Architects, engineers, and general contractors play a key role in concrete innovation: encouraging the use of low carbon innovation in the concrete specs.Learn more about embodied carbon
Why include CarbonCure in your specification?
- You’ll reassure your clients that you take their ESG goals and climate seriously, and that you and your team are a part of the solution.
- You’ll empower concrete producers who have adopted CarbonCure and other low-carbon solutions to use it on projects – which means you get the same solution with a reduced carbon footprint. Oftentimes, our partners struggle to use CarbonCure on commercial projects due to lack of awareness or stakeholder buy-in. Specifications allowing CarbonCure mitigate that challenge.
- You’ll signal to concrete producers that embodied carbon is important and encourage producers to adopt and use solutions like CarbonCure to reduce carbon emissions.
- You’ll stimulate conversations around embracing innovation, and bring more sustainable construction solutions to the marketplace.
The Drive Toward Reducing Carbon in Concrete Construction
Our Collective Impact
Total CO2 emissions saved with CarbonCure
Truckloads delivered with CarbonCure concrete
CO2 emissions saved with CarbonCure in the previous 365 days
Truckloads delivered with CarbonCure concrete in the previous 365 days
This concrete traps CO2 emissions forever
CNN profiles 725 Ponce, the first building made entirely with CO2 mineralized concrete courtesy of Thomas Concrete.