BOCA RATON, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES- V1.0 2022
DESCARBONIZAR EL HORMIGÓN
PARA LOGRAR CIUDADES MÁS VERDES
LA PRODUCCIÓN DE HORMIGÓN ES RESPONSABLE DE MÁS DEL 8% DE LAS EMISIONES MUNDIALES DE CO2
1 TONELLADA DE CEMENTO
1 TONELADA DE CO2 CONTAMINANTE
SOLUCIÓN INICIAL DE CAPTURA
Y ALMACENAMIENTO DE CO2
THE CARBON LIMIT
Carbon Limit's revolutionary cement, which was developed while the startup took part in a Techstars accelerator with construction conglomerate the Heritage Group last year, is currently ready for commercialization. Carbon Limit’s cement binds CO2 emissions into every product, meaning that when you use their product, you’re actually reducing your carbon footprint. With climate change becoming an increasingly pressing global issue, it’s time to start using Carbon Limit’s innovative cement and help make a difference!
Carbon Limit has set their sights on one of the most carbon-intensive industries in America - cement and concrete manufacturing. With a goal to reduce 25% by 2030, they hope that this company will be able provide not only an eco friendly product but also value with its recycled content for local governments as well private sector end users who can see benefits from reduced emissions or increased durability due ot better quality materials used throughout production processes
But even though there are some niche markets out here where this new technology could really thrive: public works projects like bridges; airports etc., we know our biggest audience is going come from directly satisfy
In early 2018, Carbon Limit closed a $1 million pre-seed led by Boca based Abiding Ventures. The company's core team of five full time employees recently took it through an important pivot away from building direct air capture machines and towards pursuing other innovation opportunities within sustainability science at large
Not only did Carbon Limit go through the Fau Tech Runway, but they were also accepted into Google for Startups Accelerator: Climate Change! It's an honor to be part of such prestigious program that gives startups so many resources and mentors. "It really helps us find ways," said Sperry."
In addition to working with universities, Carbon Limit has been making strides in their research by partnering up again at Perdue University and the University of Miami. This time around they will be testing out new cement for use on seawalls!
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