'Game changer': HeidelbergCement plots 'world's first' CO2-neutral cement factory

Cecilia Keating
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Swedish cement maker aims to capture 1.8 million tonnes of carbon dioxide from the plant by the end of the decade for storage under the seabed

Hopes of decarbonising the hard-to-abate cement industry secured a major boost this week, as HeidelbergCement announced plans to develop the world's first 'carbon neutral' cement plant on the Swedish island...

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