OUR COMMITMENT AND ACTION
- By 2030, we will reduce net specific CO2 emissions by 29% compared to the 2006 baseline (735 kg CO2/ton of cementitious material); this is equivalent to emitting a maximum of 523 kg CO2/ton of cementitious material.
- We will achieve a 33% substitution of caloric consumption from the use of alternative fuels.
- We will offer carbon-neutral concrete by 2050, within the framework of the Global Cement and Concrete Association (GCCA) initiative.
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Reduce caloric consumption for each kilogram of clinker produced.
Increase the substitution of conventional fuels for alternatives.
Decrease the cement clinker factor.
Aumentar nuestros ingresos por nuestros productos con características de sostenibilidad alcanzando al 2030 800 MILLONES DE DÓLARES.
What we are doing at Argos to contribute to this purpose
Construction of the Climate Change Strategy within the framework of our Business Group.
Relaunch our Climate Change Strategy and commitment.
Construction and approval by the Board of Directors of our Technical and Financial Roadmap for the reduction of CO2 emissions.
Socialization of the Technical and Financial Roadmap for the reduction of CO2 emissions in our operations.
Definition and approval of the 2022 Audit Plan, which includes the strategy to accompany CO2 reduction indicators in the three regions.
The call is now and we are ready to act
“We will continue to strive to implement tangible actions, to achieve measurable progress each year and to transparently deliver information on our progress and opportunities.”
Learn about Argos' commitment to climate change
The Future of Concrete initiative of the Global Cement and Concrete Association (GCCA) sets out the positive vision of how the cement and concrete industry will play an important role in building the sustainable world of the future. In the last 100 years, concrete has revolutionized the global construction environment.
The sector has committed to producing carbon-neutral concrete by 2050. The industry has already made progress with proportional reductions in CO2 emissions in cement production of 20% in the last three decades.
The collective actions of the companies adhering to 2030 will prevent almost five billion tons of CO2 emissions from reaching the atmosphere. This is a watershed moment for our industry and the world, as it shows it’s possible, and sets an achievable path to zero emissions for one of man’s most widely used materials.