Throughout the development of CarbonCure, our partners have provided tremendous value, and we respectfully acknowledge their contributions to our continued success. They have enabled us to cost effectively transfer disruptive clean technologies from our labs to the global marketplace.
The Shaw Group • Nova Scotia
Equity partner the Shaw Group is among Atlantic Canada’s oldest building materials companies. Since 2008, the Shaw plant in Lantz, Nova Scotia, has hosted CarbonCure Technologies’ industrial trials. Full scale demonstrations at the Shaw plant will be wrapped up in early 2013.
Basalite Concrete Products • California
Headquartered in California, Basalite Concrete Products is one of the largest concrete block manufacturers in North America. With operations along the Western United States and Canada, Basalite is hosting full scale demonstrations of the CarbonCure technology starting in 2012 at its Dixon, California plant.
Atlas Block • Ontario
Atlas Block, one of Canada’s oldest producers of concrete products, is a leader in innovation and sustainability within the concrete community. In the spring of 2013, Atlas Block permanently installed CarbonCure’s technology at its Hillsdale, Ontario plant, which supplies the Greater Toronto Area.
Air Liquide • France
An international leader in the supply of industrial gases, Air Liquide is a strategic partner, providing purified carbon dioxide, equipment and expertise for CarbonCure’s industrial trials. Air Liquide is the preferred supplier of industrial gases and equipment for our customers.
National Concrete Masonry Association (NCMA) • Virginia
The National Concrete Masonry Association is the leading industry association for concrete masonry producers that aims to promote collaboration, education, and innovation within the concrete industry.
Interlocking Concrete Pavement Institute (ICPI) • VIRGINIA
The Interlocking Concrete Pavement Institute is the North American trade association representing the interlocking concrete paving industry. The association’s vision is to ensure segmental pavement systems are the preferred choice for sustainable and environmentally friendly pavements in North America.
Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency • Atlantic Canada
Sustainable Development Technology Canada • Ontario
In 2011, CarbonCure was the recipient of a $1.1 million non-repayable grant from the federal government’s Sustainable Development Technology Canada (SDTC) program.