What is CarbonCure?

Recycling carbon dioxide today, to make better building materials

CarbonCure retrofits concrete plants with a technology that recycles waste carbon dioxide to make affordable, greener concrete products. Carbon dioxide is now more than just a greenhouse gas; it is a valuable material to help make better concrete.

The Technology

Affordable, green concrete is now a reality

CarbonCure’s retrofit technology helps masonry and ready mixed concrete producers reduce the carbon footprint of their products. Concrete producers across North America are using CarbonCure to improve their products, and stand out from their competitors.


We envision a world where regenerative concrete is possible

Our mission is to create carbon regenerative concrete, which is concrete that heals, rather than harms, the planet. Our producer partners are committed to supporting the industry shift to green building and material transparency by issuing Environmental and Health Product Declarations for CarbonCure products, which contribute to LEED points and help designers meet their sustainability and transparency goals.


Interested in specifying CarbonCure products in your projects?

CarbonCure provides specification language for masonry and ready mixed concrete products made with CarbonCure’s technology. _______________________________________________________________________
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Technical Information

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CarbonCure’s technology can be used in the production of masonry or ready mixed concrete products. CarbonCure publishes articles and delivers presentations around the world on its carbon sequestration and utilization technology. _______________________________________________________________________  
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  1. Thanks @ENRnews for featuring @CarbonCure as technology to make

  2. Thrilled to have @MutualMaterials installing our technology in Washington and Oregon! Check them out: http://t.co/VvIziXqoBk

  3. CarbonCure's in action! Looks like @Diane_Praught has everything under control https://t.co/Lr3N33mYHe

  4. @CarbonCure nice day for a pour! http://t.co/RBiKvHHJ2A

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  5. @bglive explores 5 material health hazard warnings that you can usually ignore. A helpful tip for