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Last edited 27 Dec 2021
Carbon dioxide curing
UK Concrete and Cement Industry, Roadmap to Beyond Net Zero, published by MPA UK Concrete in 2020, defines Carbon dioxide (CO2) curing as: ‘using carbon dioxide as an alternative to water to ‘cure’ or allow concrete to achieve its desired characteristics and strength. This not only speeds up this process but also accelerates the natural capture of carbon dioxide from carbonation.’
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