Blog of news and innovation projects
We develop aggregates from concrete rubble able to capture CO2
At Sacyr Chile we are developing a new technology to improve recycled aggregates from concrete rubble from construction waste.
Microalgae, a new alternative energy source
Some microscopic algae can produce up to 60 times more biofuel than terrestrial plants using the same surface area and sunlight. Could these organisms revolutionise the renewable energy sector?
CAPTURING CO2 IS THE ONLY WAY TO REDUCE INDUSTRIAL EMISSIONS
Industries are responsible for most of the carbon dioxide that reaches the atmosphere. The Valencian engineer Rubén Mocholí Montañés presents how these emissions can be reduced through new models to trap and take advantage of the CO2 generated in these industrial processes.