Cement is a material that reacts with water to act as a binder thanks to its adhesion and cohesion properties. It is designed to be used in concrete or mortar mixtures, bonding materials, plastering and finishes for subsequent use in a variety of structures and constructions.
How is cement made?
Raw materials such as limestone, clay, iron ore, sand and gypsum are extracted from selected quarries, which are then processed to produce cement. Responsible quarrying is aimed at preventing, mitigating, correcting and compensating for the environmental impact caused.