Atlas Block, Basalite Concrete, Shaw Brick demonstrate carbon dioxide-based curing

Marsh, Don
February 2012
Concrete Products;Feb2012, Vol. 115 Issue 2, p16
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the use of carbon dioxide (CO2)-based curing by Shaw Brick, Atlas Block Co. and Basalite Concrete Products LLC. It mentions that Shaw Brick will launch its CarbonCure block in spring which exhibits up to 20% reduction of net greenhouse gas emissions. Meanwhile, it says that Atlas Block Co. and Basalite Concrete Products will demonstrate their own CarbonCure Block System by the middle of 2012.


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