Infill material for Artificial Turf systems
A circular and inorganic substitute for rubber crumbs is planned to be introduced in the EU market by 2024.
Created using virgin minerals and renewable energy derived from hydropower or geothermal energy production.
ZeroC* Precast Concrete
A mix design for a ZeroC precast concrete is under development, utilizing our low carbon aggregates and a binder developed by our partner Gerosion in the AlSiment, “umhverfisvænn arftaki sements” project, along with a novel carbon sequestration technology.
These precast units will have the lowest carbon footprint of any concrete on the market today.
* a reference to carbon neutrality
A low carbon and circular aggregate, designed to produce high-strength circular concrete while reducing CO2 footprints, is scheduled for release in both the EU and US markets by 2024.
Thermally Bonded Granulates
A circular infill for artificial turf *
Inorganic filler material
Particle size ranging from 0.8-2.4mm
Bulk density of 900kg/m3 +/-10%
High crushing resistance and superior wear resistance
Low skin friction
Low water absorption
Non-toxic and harmless to animals and nature
Contains no microplastics
Offers circularity, as it can be re-processed into a similar product at the end of its life
* yet to be tested for performance and wear
A circular LWA for concrete
Aggregate product according to ENS 13055
Particle size ranging from 0.5 to 18mm
Made from recycled glass, and recycled concrete or waste materials from the aggregate, Incinerator or mining industry
Natural or artificial aggregate replacement
Low carbon or carbon negative
Offers circularity, as it can be re-processed into same product at the end of its life.
Icelandic Climate Fund
Production of circular, carbon negative construction materials by recycling glass and building waste.
Thermally Bonded Granules: A circular replacement for rubber crumb as a filler for artificial turf pitches
Fyrirtækjastyrkur - Sproti