Green Concrete is an eco-friendly cement-free binder utilising industrial waste. Annually, 2.5 billion tons of cement production contribute to vast CO2 emissions, expected to double by 2050. Vietnam's power and metallurgical plants release 45 million tons of un-reused ash and slag. Green Concrete's innovative formula includes components like thermal power fly ash and blast furnace slag. Packaged in convenient 25 kg pre-mixed bags with a strong strength profile, this solution aids Vietnam's 2050 carbon-neutral goal, promoting sustainable construction.
I study Civil Engineering at Hanoi University of Mining and Geology in VietNam. As a student of an industry that contributes a lot to the country's construction, I realize I need to take responsibility for learning more about my impact on other issues, especially environmental issues. My professor and I have been researching "green" materials that could be used for buildings instead of conventional materials - cement-free concrete by recycling industrial waste. Thereby positively impacting the environment and increasing economic efficiency in the context of environmental pollution from Carbon dioxide gas during the production of traditional Portland concrete in Vietnam and in the world.more
My name is Nguyen Trung Hieu, and I am currently a student at the University of Mining and Geology. In my second year of university, I, along with my team and mentor, embarked on research and development to produce non-cement concrete, a unique and environmentally friendly construction material. Through patience and relentless effort, My team has successfully created a type of concrete that not only has high strength but also helps reduce Carbon dioxide emissions and industrial waste. I hope that my research will continue to expand and contribute to turning our dream of a greener world into a reality.more
My name is Nguyen Xuan Cong, and I am currently 22 years old. I am a student at the University of Mining and Geology and live and work in Hanoi city. My hobbies include going to the gym, cooking, watching movies, and listening to music. Scientific research is my passion, and I have been pursuing it for the past two years, achieving numerous accomplishments for my University and Faculty of Civil Engineering.moreFacebook
I am Vo Dinh Trong, currently a 4th year student in the Faculty of Civil Engineering - University of Mining and Geology. My hobbies are watching movies and playing volleyball. In addition to my personal interests, at my University, I was also very passionate about scientific research. With a passion for scientific research, I wish to contribute part of my abilities to researching "green" materials that can contribute to protecting the environment worldwide.moreFacebook
I am a final-year student majoring in Civil and Industrial Construction at Hanoi University of Mining and Geology, and am also studying environmental science here. That's why I joined the cement-free "Green" Concrete project with the goal of bringing future construction materials for sustainable development and the circular economy. Currently, I am looking for more opportunities to bring the "Green" Concrete project around the world.more