CarbonCure Technologies has been recognised on the 2022 CNBC Disruptor 50 List for its carbon dioxide (CO2) removal technologies for the concrete industry.

Based in Canada, CarbonCure has set itself a mission to annually reduce and remove 500 million metric tonnes of CO2 from the air by 2030, with a long-term vision to support the complete decarbonisation of concrete.

With nearly 600 systems sold to concrete producers across 25 countries, CarbonCure’s output of lower carbon concrete continues to double year over year, with the rapid adoption of hardware and software solutions.

Having now been recognised on the 2022 CNBC Disruptor 50 List, Carbon Cure joins previously recognised firms such as Airbnb, Pinterest, Spotify, Twitter and Uber.

Robert Niven, Chair and CEO of CarbonCure, said, “As we mark our 10th anniversary, CarbonCure is truly honoured to be recognised on CNBC’s prestigious Disruptor 50 list.”

“We’re proud to be transforming concrete into a climate solution by rapidly building the global infrastructure for permanent carbon storage in concrete.”

“In collaboration with our innovative concrete producer partners around the world, by installing our turnkey solutions at existing plants, we’re fulfilling the massive demand for sustainable and circular concrete product.”

Published annually, the CNBS list recognises innovative, fast-growing companies which present breakthrough technologies that disrupt business-as-usual and move markets at an accelerated pace.