Seratech has developed a process that consumes olivine and waste CO from flue gases and produces two products which both have significant value in construction.

Silica is produced which can be used as a supplementary cementitious material (SCM) in concrete meaning the amount of Portland cement in the concrete can be reduced by up to 40%. As the silica comes from a process that captures CO it is “carbon negative” and the concrete can become carbon neutral.

Magnesium carbonate is produced that can be used to make a range of zero carbon construction materials and consumer products, including alternatives to building blocks and plasterboard.

The aim is for humanity to be able to continue building robust cities and infrastructure, but without the climate cost of traditional cement mixes and with the Seratech technology this goal is achievable!


40% reduction of the Portland cement content in concrete, reducing emissions from 3 billion tonnes of CO₂ a year to zero.

Carbon capture and storage is efficient at low cost with the Seratech process.

Olivine is an inexpensive, naturally occurring mineral found in high abundance in the Earth's crust.

Using carbon mineralisation as the safest and most long-lived form of carbon capture and storage.

The process stores CO₂ in the form of a stable mineral, removing the need for costly liquification, transport, and geological storage.

Creating a product which has significant value in construction.

At Seratech, we have developed a way to capture carbon from multiple industrial production processes and create an end product that can eliminate concrete's CO₂ footprint. This is good news for construction and even better news for our planet. We invite you to get on board!