What is Holcim’s Green Cement ECOPlanet?

Feliz Grace Bueno     December 20, 2021

Share This:

What is Holcim’s Green Cement ECOPlanet?

By 2050, 80 percent of the world’s population will be confined to cities, causing the construction of one New York City per month.

Photo Courtesy: Holcim


ECOPlanet, the world’s most comprehensive variety of green cement, strives to address this challenge sustainably by reducing cement emissions by at least 30%.


Photo Courtesy: Freepik


Last July 2021, Holcim introduced ECOPlanet, a global line of green cement with a carbon footprint that is at least 30% lower while offering exceptional performance. There are now 15 nations where ECOPlanet will be available in 2021, with the goal of increasing its market presence by the end of 2022 to enable large-scale low-carbon construction.


RELATED: Holcim Aqua X: Your Concrete Solution Against Excess Moisture

What does ECOPlanet have to offer?

  • ECOPlanet cement has a lower carbon footprint by at least 30% without sacrificing performance, thanks to Holcim’s industry-leading formulation knowledge.

Its smaller carbon footprint is further boosted by decarbonizing its manufacturing process, which is aided by the use of alternative fuels. 


  • This cement is the world’s first to contain 20 percent recycled construction and demolition debris, which drives the company’s sustainability profile.


  • Industry’s widest range of industrial applications, from the construction of homes to large-scale infrastructure.


Photo Courtesy: Holcim


RELATED: LOOK: Holcim talks regrowth and hope in its latest campaign, “Tayo na Tayo Pilipinas!”


Where is ECOPlanet available?

ECOPlanet is currently available in Germany, Romania, Canada, Switzerland, Spain, France, and Italy, and will be available in 15 countries by 2021, with the goal of doubling its market presence by the end of 2022 to enable large-scale low-carbon construction.


With Holcim, together we build progress for the people and the planet.


Watch full video of the ECOPlanet green cement launch below:


Want to see more content like this in the future? Subscribe now!

Do you want more information about this content?


Share This:

Leave a comment