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When we think of pollution, first thing which strikes our mind is emission of carbon dioxide from cars and smelly smokestack emissions from factories which are greenhouse gases by burning of fossil fuels. For each metric ton of concrete delivered, there''s an equivalent measure of CO2 that is released into the air. Consistently, in excess of 4 billion metric huge amounts of concrete are delivered, representing around 8% of worldwide carbon dioxide releases. To place that in setting, if the concrete business were a nation, it would be the third-biggest producer of CO2 on the planet.
Himansh Verma, Chairman of Navrattan Group of Companies with his Research and Development Team is going to hit the Indian Markets with Green Cement. The product is eco-friendly and contains no limestone which clearly depicts that there is no requirement for the energy-intensive calcination process.
The following are a couple of advantages that Navrattan Green Crete (NGC) will offer:
• This development material is essentially produced using reused materials, for example, fly ash and granulated slag.
• These reused materials are accessible at costs extensively lower than the cost of Portland concrete therefore, diminishing the general expense of the Crete.
• To add to it, Green Crete is created through an exceptionally computerized, low work process that doesn''t require the utilization of energy devouring kilns not at all like that of high-temperature heaters important for the creation of Portland concrete.
• The assembling procedure of the Green Crete is 100% eco-accommodating and doesn''t spoil the environment.
• Furthermore, the lower cost and lower natural effect, Navrattan Green Crete shows superb functionality, impermeability, and quality.
The item can be utilized as a maintainable development material in the development of green structures, common framework, and other concrete applications. Apart from this the Group is soon going to come up with a solution to curb the problem of stubble burning. This will help in the protection of environment by receding the pollution and can cater towards the production of Bio CNG, Bio LPG, Paper manufacturing and other bi-products also. PWR
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