Denver, CO – May 18, 2023– An eight-session Construction Materials Carbon Management (CM)2 program will cap the 2023 International Cement Seminar & Exhibition (ICSE), November 14-15 at Atlanta’s Cobb Galleria. Organizers plan a CM2 Symposium around these themes:
- Alternative Calciner, Kiln Fuels;
- Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage;
- Clinker Optimization, Substitutes, SCM;
- Low Carbon Product Standards; and,
- Renewable Energy-Powered Plants
The program is designed to provide ICSE attendees with the latest information and best practices on carbon dioxide emissions management and reduction in cement and downstream operations. The symposium will feature presentations from leading experts in the field, as well as opportunities for networking and collaboration. (CM)2 presentations will follow the opening day’s eight-session Cement Plant Technical track. Both programs will be offered adjacent to a trade exhibit featuring equipment, material and service providers serving cementitious materials producers.
“We are very excited to include this important content to the International Cement Seminar & Exhibition,” says Concrete Products Editor Don Marsh, who has led the recent launch of the (CM)2 portal, www.cmcarbonmanagement.com, tailored to cement, concrete and steel interests. “The construction industry is facing unprecedented social, political, and regulatory pressure to find more efficient ways to work and we will feature concepts to help producers reach these new goals.”
The (CM)2 Carbon Management Seminar is open to all attendees of the ICSE. Registration for the seminar will open soon. For more information, please visit www.internationalcementseminar.com.
About the International Cement Seminar & Exhibition
The International Cement Seminar & Exhibition is the premier event for the cement industry. The event brings together industry leaders to discuss the latest trends and technologies in cement production.
About (CM)2 Carbon Management
Construction Materials Carbon Management or (CM)2 serves public and private building or nonbuilding market stakeholders who monitor carbon dioxide emissions metrics in load-bearing material procurement amid the Buy Clean, Carbon Neutrality Roadmap and Net Zero movements. Visit www.cmcarbonmagagement.com for more information.