The global certification system for responsibly sourced ready-mixed and precast concrete

Concrete Sustainability Council

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Responsible sourcing
certification- what is it ?

Concrete is the world’s most widely used building material. It is without any doubt the most durable material, the Pantheon in Rome or the colloseum are examples of its solidity.

By creating a certification system for responsibly sourced concrete, the Concrete Sustainability Council (CSC) promotes and demonstrates concrete as a sustainable building material to enable informed decision in construction.

It is our vision to build a sustainable, safe, durable and comfortable future.

The certification includes the complete concrete supply chain. cement producers, aggregates suppliers and concrete manufacturer.

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June 5, 2023

First time in Norway: Mibau Stema awarded with Norsk Stein Jelsa first CSC Bronze Certificate

Mibau Stema Group, one of the largest aggregate suppliers in Northern Europe and part of the Heidelberg Materials Group, was recently awarded CSC-certification at the level Bronze for its plant […]

June 5, 2023

Updated version of Annex now available online

An updated version of the Annex V2.1 is now available here. Main Changes in the updated Annex V2.1 are: BENOR is back in M3.02 for Belgium SLG Umweltrechner is accepted […]

June 2, 2023

Concreting in summer and winter with KTI, CSC new sponsor

We are very happy to count with a new Sponsor as of 1st May 2023, KTI-Plersch Kältetechnik GmbH, in particular the business unit KTI – ConTempCo You might be wondering, […]

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The U.N Sustainable Development Goals

CSC certification follows a holistic approach and requires compliance with five fundamental prerequisites and a wide range of social and environmental performance indicators, including “occupational Health & Safety”, “Labor practices”, “Land use”, “Energy & climate”, “Air emissions”, “Water”, “Biodiversity”, “Secondary materials”, and “transport”. With this, the CSC aims to contribute to the implementation of the SDGs in the concrete sector and its supply chain. Most of the SDGs are directly or indirectly addressed, namely:

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