Green Building: Why Not Carbon Negative Concrete?

From Architect Magazine,

The imperative to reduce carbon emissions in the built environment is central to the Architecture 2030 Challenge.

Public and private sector research labs worldwide are racing to deliver carbon-reducing building materials. Chief among them: zero-carbon concrete.

Material scientists have made dramatic strides in recent years reimagining concrete composition and formulation. Commonly available manufacturing byproducts such as fly ash, bottom ash, slag, and other pozzolans are viable carbon emission-reducing replacements for traditional cement clinker.

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