Following on from the recent news that OSTO® is now available to purchase, LCM has received a host of recognition for its decarbonisation solutions.
COP28 is currently taking place in Dubai from the 30th of November to the 12th of December, 2023.
LCM is part of a select group of UK-based companies that have been chosen to be showcased at the UK Pavilion of COP28.
The Department for Business and Trade is showcasing Low Carbon Materials and our carbon-negative solutions in a digital business showcase throughout the duration of this year’s global climate conference.
Our innovative decarbonisation solutions will be broadcast to visitors of the UK Pavilion, where they can learn about our carbon-negative products, such as OSTO®.
OSTO® is a carbon-negative lightweight aggregate with broad application potential, including use in concrete mixes, screeds and resin-bound applications.
It is a privilege to be recognised on the international stage in a cohort of home-grown climate pioneers as a company that is critical to helping combat climate change.
More information on the showcase here: https://eu.eventscloud.com/website/11841/showcasing-companies/
On Friday, the 1st of December, Low Carbon Materials were highlighted in a special report from ITV News.
The report focused on the new technology that can help reduce emissions and combat the climate crisis.
Our CEO and Co-founder, Dr Natasha Boulding, spoke to ITV News about our product innovations and how LCM are decarbonising materials and processes that many people are not even aware of.
It is great to see a mainstream media outlet with such a large audience sharing how we are using science and technology to help the construction sector reduce its emissions.
View the full news segment and write-up here: https://www.itv.com/news/2023-12-01/could-technology-help-solve-the-climate-crisis
Everyone at Low Carbon Materials is encouraged to see our work getting such significant recognition across the media and at international events. It is positive to see climate-tech solutions increasingly being taken more seriously as avenues for impact.