Ricardo article on CO2 capture in concrete


In this article, published in the October 2022 issue of Concrete Ricardo’s Dr Naser Odeh discusses the company’s recent funding award of received £3 million from the UK Government to design, install and operate a biomass combined heat and power (CHP) demonstrator plant with a carbon-negative footprint, which will showcase emission-busting technology. The plant will demonstrate the effectiveness of community-scale greenhouse gas removal (GGR) and storage, and clean energy using sustainably sourced forestry waste. It is this captured carbon dioxide that can be used to accelerate cement hydration and as a consequence be bound in concrete long-term.

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