As an industry leader, INSEE Cement wishes to set an example and take definite action to support the Paris Climate Agreement, contributing to the UNFCCC target of limiting global warming to a 2-degree scenario with a 15% reduction of CO2 emissions from the 2020 baseline value. This ambitious target is supported by multiple initiatives such as the introduction of low carbon cement to the Sri Lankan market with a reduced clinker factor, the gradual discontinuation of Ordinary Portland Cement (OPC) production, and the increase of Thermal Substitution Rate (TSR) by using alternative sustainable fuels. INSEE Cement also aims to reduce specific electricity consumption by 10%, while sourcing at least 20% of consumed electricity from alternative energy sources.
INSEE Cement Lanka continues to navigate the local construction industry towards meeting international benchmarks by introducing innovative cement solutions especially engineered to address ecological and economical challenges faced with traditional OPC cements. The result of years of research and innovation, INSEE continues to expand on an impressive superior blended and composite cement portfolio, generating some of the lowest carbon footprints than any OPC Cement currently available in the Sri Lankan market.
Our industrial waste management arm INSEE Ecocycle are co-processing the renewable alternative fuels such as biomass. And provide 100% environment friendly disposal method for other industrial waste such as l fabric offcuts, wood waste, paper, cardboard, packaging, and certain plastics as biofuel, replacing 40% of fossil fuel generated energy in cement production. Such alternative sustainable fuels increase INSEE Cement’s Thermal Substitution Rate (TSR) And decrees the non-renewable fossil fuel usage. This is helping to decrees carbon footprint in cement manufacturing process.
Switch to composite cement (Clinker factor reduction) and Increase the alternative fuel usage (TSR increment) is the key strategic initiatives which INSEE is taking to reduce net specific CO2 (scope 1) in cement manufacturing process to help climate impacts.
Optimizing the manufacturing process, using environment friendly equipment, switching to renewable electrical energy sources such as Solar PV are the key initiatives which INSEE is taking to reduce net specific CO2 in scope 2
A wide range of tests and equipment to assess fresh and hardened concrete properties
A wide range of tests and equipment to assess and ensure your aggregate grade meets the demand and requirement of your concrete.
A range of tests to assess properties of fresh concrete that go beyond the traditional ‘slump test’, improving the quality and consistency of concrete.
Advanced testing with durability indicators to optimize structural performance and extend the service life of concrete structures exposed to severe environments.