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Robert Haverlock

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  • Comment on: Construction is a cause of global warming, but is concrete really the problem?

    Robert Haverlock's comment 7 March, 2019 3:33 am

    I would like to know more about EMC? So we may have that low embodied cement in the US!
    This sounds like a plug, and it is... however I’ve been looking for a healthy low embodied sustainable cement for years.. and I believe it’s here... see below;

    It’s called Ecorock and is a multi-purpose, non-toxic, fast-setting, water-activated, geopolymer blend specifically designed for the eco-safe repair, replacement and resurfacing of Portland concrete and asphalt, reaching 6000 psi in 3-hrs, 7500 psi in 24-hrs, 8500 psi in 7-days, and 10 to 13,000 psi in 28-days.

    EkoRok is conveniently applied using standard concrete technology, is impervious to salt erosion and rebar corrosion, and strongly bonds to mineral, metal, cellulose and itself.

    We now use it in Seattle Washington, the department of Transportation updates and repairs all roads and cement and can be driven on within 2 hours, stays mailable in all temps... bridge, road, nuclear storage repair, and has been used for a thousand years!