Currently, concrete is responsible for 8% of global CO2 emissions, but there are countless organizations working on solutions to this significant environmental impact.
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Have a question about concrete that would like to see covered in a presentation about concrete? Submit them here before Tuesday October 17th.
(we will still make time for questions at the end of the presentation).
Matt is currently the Senior Sustainability Manager for Lafarge in Western Canada having held engineering positions in manufacturing plants and technical centers in NZ, UK, France and Canada. He has a detailed knowledge and understanding of cement manufacturing and the sustainable production of concrete and concrete products.
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Join fellow sustainable enthusiasts that same day at 5:00 at The Wood Tavern in Winnipeg’s St. Boniface to discuss the noon-time talk and more.
- Where: The Wood Tavern (11 Marion St, Winnipeg)
- When: Wednesday October 25th 5:00PM
Hope to see you there.
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