Centre for Green Concrete

Founding Year: 1998



Centre for Green Concrete
(1998; Denmark;

The Centre for Green Concrete is funded by the Danish Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation with the aim of developing practical green substitutes to regular concrete. It strives to make concrete construction environmentally friendly by producing “cement, aggregates and concrete” for large civil structures as well as for housing “via research, development and consultancy to contractors and building owners.”

Leadership: Mette Glavind (Manager)

Centre for Green Concrete contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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