Adele Peters writes in Fast Company about a startup that has raised millions of dollars to make a climate-friendly cement.
- Terra CO2 is a startup that is trying to lower cement’s carbon footprint by replacing limestone that is used in the cement making process with other rocks.
- The company estimates that if half of the U.S. concrete industry replaced 20% of their blends with Terra’s, we would be able to 6 million metric tons of CO2 from entering the atmosphere every year.
- Terra is currently running two pilot plants for its cement and plans to open its first commercial plant in Denver next year.
Read the full article here.