Canadian MP visits Carbon Upcycling’s low-carbon concrete site


Canadian Member of Parliament (MP) Greg McLean will today (19th July) tour the Alberta Carbon Conversion Technology Centre (ACCTC), owned by Carbon Upcycling Technologies.

Showing support for the Calgary-based company which produces a CO2-embedded concrete additive, the tour will allow visitors to see the site which produces 20 tonnes of concrete additive per batch. 

The carbon-enhanced concrete additives make concrete stronger and more sustainable with the ability to reduce the carbon footprint of concrete by up to 25% on a lifecycle basis. 

Supporting the company’s efforts, MP McLean, said, “As industry embraces the need to decarbonise, Carbon Upcycling is one of the Canadian companies showing leadership by providing real solutions that fit with our objectives.”

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