FUTURECEM™ – low carbon cement technology

FUTURECEM™ road bridge
What is FUTURECEMᵀᴹ?


  • is the result of Cementir Group’s extensive applied research which covers the whole production process, from raw materials assessment to manufacturing and cement application. FUTURECEMTM is a proprietary technology patented in US, Canada, Mexico, Europe, India, China and Australia;
  • it relies on the synergy between calcined clay and limestone filler which allows over than 40% clinker replacement in cement, depending on clay type, but keeping the same performance of a pure Portland cement;
  • it is a proven innovation, which is being used for building two bridges in Denmark (project “Green Concrete II”).
Why is FUTURECEMᵀᴹ more sustainable than ordinary cement?

FUTURECEMTM is more sustainable because it:

  • determines approx. 30% CO2 emission reduction in the manufacturing phase;
  • enables production of durable concrete with reduced clinker content by exploiting synergies of two largely available materials;
  • is fully acknowledged as a solution for clinker ratio reduction in the roadmap for “Low Carbon transition in the cement industry” by the International Energy Agency – 2018 and as “low clinker cements” in the “Cementing the European Green Deal”-2020, making Cementir Group the frontrunner.;
  • is also recognized into EN 197-5 European standard for II/C-M cements (See page n°4 of the attached document) 

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FUTURECEM™ as low carbon technology for decarbonizing conventional construction
World Cement magazine: Thinking about the future of cement
UN17 Village
New sustainable cement forms the foundation of NREP's ambitious green building, UN17 Village
UN17 Village - Photo: Sweco Architects, all rights reserved
Voice of Customer

Interview with Rasmus L. Frederiksen, Project Manager of CG Jensen, the construction company of UN17 Village, which will use FUTURECEM™.

UN17 Village is the first global sustainable building integrating all of UN's 17 sustainable development goals in one building project.

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Aarstidernes Arkitekter
UN17 Village Housing Project
Denmark | Copenhagen
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Danish Technological Institute Headquarter
Denmark | Aarhus


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