A Plan to Convert Carbon Dioxide to Concrete

Brent Constanz of Los Gatos, Calif.-based cement company Galera describes how carbon dioxide in flue gas from coal-fired plants can be converted into calcium carbonate and other calcium compounds to replace conventional cement and aggregate in concrete. This will replace less sustainable processes of mining, crushing, calcining and transporting limestone and aggregate.

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