Carbon negative building materials

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Problem

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45% of global carbon emissions come from the built environment. 

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2 billion tons of crop residues are burnt annually around the world.

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Solution

We found our salvation in materials

A carbon-negative building material made of crop residues and industrial by-products. Available as solid blocks, hollow blocks and pre-mix plaster

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A proprietary low-carbon binder used for mortar and plastering.

A carbon-negative building material made of hemp hurds and industrial by-products. Best used for non-loadbearing applications and thermal insulation

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GreenJams is an award-winning CleanTech Social Enterprise

de-carbonizing the built environment.

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4.5 tons of crop residues prevented from burning

Impact

*as of April 2021
 

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5.5 metric tons of CO₂ captured
 

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Recognised & Supported By

Partners supporting us lay the foundation for a carbon negative world

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Testimonials

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Ramya Kannan, School of Planning & Architecture, Vijayawada

Agrocrete® is a rare find in today's carbon-intensive market for construction blocks, having both high-thermal performance and a low-environmental impact. These highly durable blocks are designed to be resilient while being made up of agricultural byproducts. With its competitive metrics and price point, it has the potential to be a real alternative to conventional concrete blocks.

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