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Carbon-Crammed Concrete: How It Works, What It Does

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Around the world, engineers are busy working out ways to reduce the carbon footprint of concrete, which accounts for somewhere between 3 and 7 percent of global carbon emissions. A Nova Scotia startup named CarbonCure is injecting waste carbon dioxide into the concrete-mixing process, which by nature takes CO2 and sequesters it as calcium carbonate.

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