By Tom Lowe2023-12-04T17:19:00
Limestone powder can now be added to the material in one of the biggest changes to concrete production “since the 1980s”
Construction firms are set to have a new way to decarbonise projects following the British Standards Institution’s (BSI) approval of one of the most significant changes to the traditional recipe for making concrete “since the 1980s”.
Concrete which is mixed with limestone powder has for the first time been added to the BS500 standard for concrete specification under changes published by the BSI.
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