Making sustainable concrete
Together with partners at BIOFOS, the Technical University of Denmark and Ramboll, EasyMining have conducted a project that can help to solve issues to create a more sustainable future by recycling sewage sludge ash.
The project involves the Ash2Phos process that maximises recycling of phosphorus, separates hazardous substances, and produces a silica sand suitable for sustainable concrete.
The project has evaluated if the silica sand can replace sand and/or cement in concrete. The results show, that the highest potential and CO2 savings, comes from replacing cement. If the sand is milled it can replace up to 20% of the cement in concrete with retained mechanical properties.
To read more about the performance and possibilities with the
Read more about the project and our partners, and see the recording of the webinar