Lafarge commercializes Solidia’s low-carbon technology to the global precast concrete market

On April 28, 2015, Lafarge signed an agreement with Solidia Technologies (Solidia) to commercialize a low-carbon technology for precast concrete in the global market. Based on Solidia’s research and development (R&D), this technology is a new non-hydraulic cement which requires lower manufacturin...

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