Lafarge General Use Concrete
Lafarge’s general use concrete line uses by-products from other manufacturing industry such as fly ash and slag, at a 30% cement replacement. This reduces the overall environmental impact of these industry waste by-products and reduces the overall carbon footprint of the concrete.
Lafarge utilizes Portland Limestone Cement, which results in a 10% reduction in carbon dioxide emissions as compared to regular portland general use cement. To minimize our impact on water resources, Lafarge reduces the amount of fresh water consumption by incorporating a percentage of reclaimed water to the concrete. Regular quality control testing ensures there is no impact to the concretes fresh and hardened properties.
BUILT GREEN® Checklist
This product may help earn points under the following checklist items:
2.1.7 Deck or veranda surfaces (1 point) and/or structure (1 point) made from a third-party certified concrete (i.e. concrete from a source having a third-party certified reclamation plan), or from concrete containing a minimum of 25% supplementary cementitious materials.
22.214.171.124 Concrete used in home has a minimum supplementary cementing material of 25% (1 point) or 40% (2 points) within the scope of proper engineering practices.
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