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It's a well-known fact that the production of each ton of cement emits one ton of CO2e, making it a major contributor to greenhouse gas emissions.


Carbon-concrete products are produced by replacing a portion of cement with biochar. This innovative product allows for the infinite storage of carbon in the concrete, while also neutralizing the carbon emissions from cement production.  

Carbon-concrete flowerpot

The concrete industry is one of the largest emitters of carbon dioxide in the world, contributing to the greenhouse gas effect and global warming. To combat this issue, researchers and industry experts are exploring alternative materials to replace some of the cement used in concrete products with more environmentally friendly options.

Biochar, a carbon-rich material produced from biomass, has shown promising potential in this regard. By incorporating biochar into concrete mixtures, we can create products that not only reduce carbon emissions but also store carbon.

In this project, we aimed to demonstrate the feasibility of using biochar as a partial replacement for cement in concrete by creating durable and functional flowerpots. Through various recipe trials, we sought to find the optimal mixture that would maximize the carbon storage capacity of the product while maintaining its strength and longevity.

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