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Webinar Set for Next Week on Portland Limestone Cement

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As the foundation of modern society, concrete is the most widely used construction material on earth. Even small changes to its formulation can dramatically affect the construction industry’s carbon footprint over time. By preferring the use of Portland Limestone Cement (PLC) in specifications as a 1:1 replacement for portland cement, architects and engineers will enable meaningful reductions in CO2 emissions.

To address this issue, a webinar titled Portland Limestone Cement: A pivotal step in reducing embodied carbon in concrete has been scheduled for Tuesday, September 28, from noon to 1 p.m. Pacific time. Speakers include Tom Tietz, executive director of the California Nevada Cement Association (CNCA); Nathan Forrest, P.E., CNCA technical director and Tim Blake, CNCA consultant.

Click here to learn more and here to register.


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