CarbonCure technology recycles carbon dioxide gas generated by an ethanol plant in Wisconsin and injects it into Ozinga’s concrete in order to improve the concrete’s compressive strength and significantly reduce its carbon footprint. In fact, an average building project built with CarbonCure concrete products can reduce as much CO2 as 100 acres of forest would sequester over one full year.
With CarbonCure, contractors can capitalize on the unique qualities of concrete they rely on: strength, versatility, durability, and thermal-insulation—with a reduced carbon footprint.
FOR DESIGNERS AND ARCHITECTS
Designers, developers, and architects using CarbonCure will reduce concrete’s carbon footprint without impacting its fresh or hardened properties, and without impacting construction schedules.