CarbonCure is a Canadian cleantech company innovating CO2 utilisation technologies for the cement and concrete sector. CarbonCure injects waste carbon dioxide (CO2) captured by industrial gas suppliers into concrete during mixing, enabling the production of stronger, more sustainable concrete. Every cubic metre of concrete made with this technology reduces an average of 17 kilograms of carbon emissions, meaning an average high-rise built with CarbonCure concrete would save approximately 680 tonnes of CO₂ emissions.

New technologies under development aim to reduce a 100 kilograms of CO2 per cubic metre while creating new production cost efficiencies and eliminating plant water and solid wastes. CarbonCure’s technology is installed in nearly 250 concrete plants across North America and Southeast Asia, with more than 4.2 million cubic metres of concrete supplying a wide range of construction projects from airports, roads to high-rise towers.