This Company Wants to Cut Emissions to Zero in the Dirty Cement Business

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A Denmark company wants to reduce cement emissions to zero by 2030.

November 12, 2019
Nick Rigillo - Bloomberg

Europe’s biggest maker of cement plants is looking for help to clean up one of the world’s dirtiest industries.

FLSmidth A/S, which is based in climate-friendly Denmark, wants to reduce emissions in cement production to zero by 2030. The company says it can achieve 70% of that target by leveraging existing technologies, for instance by blending clinker with alternative materials.



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