Utilization in cement and cementitious matrices The demand for environmentally friendly construction materials throughout the world is increasing, as the world is facing a serious problem due to environmental degradation. Traditional cement manufacturing consumes a large quantity of energy and emits high amounts of carbon dioxide due to calcination of limestone and combustion of fossil […]

The GGBS material (granulated fly ash) is obtained by quenching molten iron slag (a by-product of iron and steel-making) from a blast furnace in water or steam. The final material is the granulated slag (GGBS) that comes from the boiler extinguishing while for the grinding process a granulator is used. General description GGBS material is a high whiteness […]

International researches warn that excessive carbon dioxide emissions into the atmosphere will, in the long run, degrade the quality of life on the planet. The production of cement, the most important structural material in the modern era, contributes to the burden of the atmosphere since, during its synthesis, it produces from 500-900kg CO2 for each ton […]