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January 4, 2018

How can the construction industry do its share to reduce the emission of greenhouse gases connected to global warming? In the urgent search for answers, Votorantim Cimentos and Pond Technologies are taking part in a cutting edge project that reveals how carbon dioxide waste can be tapped to reduce emissions, while fueling the production of valuable raw materials. The key to this process is algae, and the project is Canada’s first algae biorefinery demonstration pilot, in St. Mary’s, Ontario.

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