This is a recorded webinar from April 13.
This presentation will highlight the convergence of sustainability and durability in concrete to achieve structures that will last longer and have a reduced carbon footprint. Recent changes in the availability and characteristics of cementitious material have sparked the need for new ways to use of industrial by-products, new technologies to mitigate the carbon footprint, construction material recycling, and challenging service life expectations in aggressive environments. Attendees will have guidance toward identifying the most important parameters in selecting materials for achieving sustainable and durable concrete mixtures for construction.
Table of Contents
1. Summarize the current trends in the manufacturing and availability of cementitious materials.
2. Describe the impact of material selection on carbon footprint.
3. Discuss the impact of material selection on concrete durability.
4. Identify opportunities to enhance concrete sustainability and durability.
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