Ultra-low carbon alternative to traditional cement that can save up to 80% in embodied CO2
compared to a conventional mix.
Cemfree is a totally cement-free alternative to conventional concrete and a ground-breaking milestone in low-carbon concrete technology.
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Cemfree was developed by DB Group from its conception to its launch into the market. This intrepid journey began with a determination to make a more sustainable version of concrete which we achieved after years of tireless research and development. Today Cemfree is a genuine, realistic alternative to conventional concrete, allowing savings of up to 88% in embodied CO2.
We know how revolutionary our product is so we expect to be asked a lot of questions about how it can work in your project. Between them, our Cemfree team members have decades of experience in the concrete industry and are here to answer your questions.
They can give you all the information you need about how Cemfree can be used and the dramatic CO2 savings that can be made with it.
Why Cemfree is the perfect choice for you
Cemfree has been used in a variety of applications, including slabs, walls, capping beams and sea defences. Take a look at our case studies to learn more about how and where Cemfree has been used.
Latest Cemfree News
The Bigger, The Better, As long at it's green in Modern Methods of Construction (MMC) The concrete alternative that's building a greener construction Industry. MMC hears about a greener alternative from Adam Gittins, Commercial Manager of Cemfree. The construction...
Cemfree ultra low-carbon concrete is being used on an Environment Agency flood defence project in Birmingham. It will be used for kerb bedding and backing over several kilometres in conjunction with various recycled products in an effort to reduce the projects’ carbon...
Cemfree's Adam Gittins writes in Construction News - July 2020 Sustainability has always been at the mercy of market forces, with stakeholders often preferring cheap and traditional rather than new and innovative. As building work recommences, these market forces risk...