Most Abundant Man-made Material Is Cutting Its Carbon Footprint

Most Abundant Man-made Material Is Cutting Its Carbon Footprint

Copyright Dan Reynolds Photography/Moment/Getty ImagesWhat's the most abundant man-made material in the world? Composed of sand and gravel bound together with cement and water, concrete is an essential part of modern civilization. Concrete is \"the single most widely used material in the world,\" according to the Royal Society of Chemistry, \"and it has a carbon footprint to match.\" Concrete created with CarbonCure is just starting to make its way into the world in a serious way. planned at 360,000 square feet (33,500 square meters) will use CarbonCure concrete to save 1.5 million pounds (680,000 kilograms) of CO2 from being released into the air.

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