Low-carbon concrete: Environmental Agency builds out plan for net zero by 2030

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Government has pledged to use low-carbon concrete as a default product on new flood defences as it works to deliver net zero by 2030

Innovative new low-carbon concrete will form a key part of the Environment Agency's (EA) strategy to slash its emissions by 45 per cent as part of its goal to achieve net zero emissions by 2030. The...

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