It’s only normal for us to take someone else into account and thus also the quality of life in the future! That’s why we are working hard to make our concrete more sustainable. Over the years, many ways have been devised to make concrete more sustainable. Of course, concrete is very strong and will last a lifetime (read durable). And the cement that we normally use is also compensated for CO2, but that does not detract from the fact that concrete is responsible for 8% of the annual CO2 emissions worldwide. The major culprit in this is cement. The production of cement requires a lot of energy and a lot of CO2 is released. One kilo of CO2 is released during the production of one kilogram of cement. This process is irreversible. We can accept all those improvements from the leading industry. And 100% CO2 compensation isn’t bad, but we prefer to see it differently. Concrete has been around for a few thousand years. Much has improved, but the discovery and development of concrete did not have the basic principles and problems that we now encounter! CO2 emissions must be drastically reduced, concrete must be 100% recyclable and new sustainable applications must be developed with new materials.