Community of Practice – Sustainable Concrete

18 Jun

The sustainability of concrete is a pressing global issue, especially within construction and environmental conservation. Integrating industrial by-products like drinking water treatment alum sludge into concrete production offers a promising solution for creating greener and more durable materials. This approach not only enhances the performance of concrete but also promotes environmental sustainability by repurposing waste.

Event details

Date and Time: 18 June 2024 (12:30pm)

Location: Online

Join us on Tuesday, 18 June 2024 at 12.30pm, for the next Community of Practice – Sustainable Concrete, chaired by Olivia Alexis of Cement Australia. We will delve into the innovative use of alum sludge in concrete, with insights from UniSA and SA Water. This session aims to drive innovation in using industrial by-products to improve the properties of concrete and advance sustainable construction practices.


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