The most popular construction material on the planet is concrete and it turns out that the way we use it is not environmentally friendly. What if we changed that?
A company has created a great concrete variation that actually beneficial for the environment as it removes excess carbon!
While it functions much like commonly used Portland cement, boasting the same level of performance and the same average cost, Novacemâ€™s concrete mixture uses magnesium silicate instead of calcium carbonates. The slinging of chemistry jargon might make this seem complicated, but the concept is simple: the creation of magnesium carbonates from magnesium silicates absorbs carbon dioxide. In other words, the production process is carbon negative. Furthermore, the production process of Novacemâ€™s concrete is low-energy, allowing it to be sustained on biomass fuels.