Hawaiian Department of Transportation use low carbon concrete for road projects

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US: Hawaii’s Department of Transportation plans to use carbon-injected concrete for its new projects. This will include a new structure to protect a highway tunnel from rockfalls, according to Reuters. The Department of Transportation was testing CO2-injected concrete on an access road project with CarbonCure Technologies in May 2019. The latest decision follows a resolution by state legislators that city administrators ‘consider’ using CO2-injected concrete in city and county infrastructure where concrete is used.

In late June 2019 CarbonCure announced that its had formed a partnership with HC&D Ready Mix, a local concrete producer, to use its CO2-injected concrete process. It is the second deal with a concrete producer in the state that CarbonCure has arranged.

Last modified on 10 July 2019

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