Building a Greener Future

Renolith is Committed to Sustainability

via a triple bottom line model:

Triple buttom line

Sustainable Road

Renolith enables roads to be constructed using 100% in-situ soils and/or recycled aggregates, thereby eliminating the need to mine, crush and transport vast quantities of virgin quarry material.

Renolith was originally developed as an admixture for Portland cement. However, cement production is energy intensive with a high carbon footprint. Subsequent research has confirmed its compatibility with pozzolans/Supplementary Cementitious Materials (SCMs) such as fly ash, lime and GGBS (Ground Granulated Blast-Furnace Slag). It is effective in mix designs using lower-carbon binders (eg. Blends incorporating cement and recycled SCMs such as slag or fly ash).

Wirtgen Soil stabilizer

Paving the Way to Sustainable Infrastructure

Renolith 2.0 pavements have strong sustainability credentials, including:

Renolith Contribution to Reducing GHG Emissions

There is potential to significantly reduce road construction industry GHG emissions by pivoting to in-situ stabilisation and cold- recycling using low-carbon binders and Renolith 2.0 nanopolymer admixture as the primary pavement construction method. This potential arises from attractive economics, a low carbon footprint at construction, and high pavement design life and durability.

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Significant reduction in CO₂e emissions compared to conventional road construction.

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