Let's Talk Sustainability - Biodiversity webinar held November 2023

Learn about the importance of considering biodiversity in your construction projects with the latest in our series of free online Let’s Talk Sustainability events. This free webinar is aimed at everyone in the construction sector with an interest in the topic including local authorities, highways professionals, architects and housebuilders.

The event included a discussion about what biodiversity is, why it’s important and what the government’s plan for new housing, commercial and infrastructure developments to be ‘nature positive’ looks like.

Let's talk sustainability

Let's talk sustainability

Decarbonisation - April 2023

Aimed at everyone involved in the construction sector this webinar includes what we are doing to decarbonise cement to enable us to produce net zero carbon concrete in the future as well as what low carbon concrete products are available right now to help reduce the carbon footprint of construction projects.  

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Social Value - September 2022

Learn the importance of social value, what it is and how our learnings and activities can be applied across the construction industry with our free online webinar.

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Learn how to decarbonise your construction projects - March 2022

View recordings from our first Let's Talk Sustainability broadcast, outlining our plans for decarbonisation

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Asphalt

Specifying Reduced Emission Asphalt (REA)

The webinar discusses how emissions in road construction can be reduced through specifying REA.

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Regen® webinar

Reducing the carbon emissions associated with concrete is now of critical importance throughout the construction  supply chain. This presentation focuses on how the use of cement additions such as Regen GGBS can produce sustainable, low carbon concrete.

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Specifying sustainable concrete using Regen GGBS

Reducing the carbon emissions associated with concrete is now of critical importance throughout the construction supply chain. This presentation focuses on how the use of cement additions such as Regen GGBS can produce sustainable, low carbon concrete.

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Asphalt

Sustainable road construction using crack resisting asphalt

This webinar focuses on using crack resisting asphalt for concrete overlays to reduce maintenance and create a long-lasting surface for a more sustainable road construction.

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Regen® webinar

Reducing the carbon emissions associated with concrete is now of critical importance throughout the construction supply chain. This one hour presentation focuses on how the use of cement additions such as Regen GGBS can produce sustainable, low carbon concrete. This is a CPD accredited session and can be counted towards CPD requirements.

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Improving power transmission efficiency

ncreasing the efficiency of power transmission networks is important for sustainability, financial and operational reasons. This presentation highlights how specialist concretes can be used in these networks, and how they can be specified.

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Road construction using single layer asphalt

This webinar discusses the benefits of using single layer asphalt in various applications to achieve a sustainable solution.

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Low carbon road construction using warm-mix asphalt

This webinar focuses on how carbon savings can be achieved through using warm-mix asphalt.

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Using new cement types in sustainable concrete

Reducing the carbon emissions associated with concrete is now of critical importance throughout the construction supply chain. This presentation focuses on how the use of new types of cement can produce sustainable, low carbon concrete.

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Improve air quality using photocatalytic cements

Urban air quality is of critical concern in built-up areas nationwide. This presentation demonstrates how photocatalytic cements and concretes can be used to remove pollutants from the air and improve quality of life in urban environments, and how you can be involved in implementing these in your areas.

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