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Sustainable Construction Solutions

Our premium Ground Granulated Blast-Furnace Slag (GGBS) can replace between 50% to 80% of Ordinary Portland Cement (OPC) within Concrete materials.

Introducing our NEW Low Carbon Concrete with up to 80% less CO2

With Concrete manufacturing contributing approximately 8% of global carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions, Mick George Concrete have developed EnviroMix an eco-friendly alternative to traditional Concrete, which can reduce the CO2 emissions by up to 80%, while offering the same high performance quality and reliability associated with our standard Ready Mixed Concrete applications.

Low Carbon Concrete

EnviroMix uses Ground Granulated Blast-Furnace Slag (GGBS), a by-product of the iron and steel-making industries as a replacement for some of the Cement content in the Concrete. Designed to replace up to 50% of the Cement, GGBS is widely considered a more sustainable option compared to other Cement substitutes and significantly reduces the environmental impact, conserving natural resources for future generations.

Low Carbon Concrete

EnviroMix Applications & Mixes

EnviroMix can be utilised on construction developments of any scale, from sustainable housing developments and soil stabilisation projects to wind farms and highway formations, as well as other supporting infrastructure like bridges and sea defences. The following mixes are available utilising GGBS:

  • Standard Prescribed Concrete (ST)
  • General Concrete (GEN)
  • Reinforced Concrete (RC)
  • Paving Concrete (PAV)
  • Foundation Concrete (FND)

EnviroMix Benefits

• Reduces the carbon emissions associated with concrete by up to 80%
• Suitable for use in all applications, including foundations, mortar, pre-cast concrete, soil stabilisation, paving and more
• Complies with BS EN 15167-1
• Produces a lighter, more aesthetically pleasing colour with a smoother finish due to the finer particles
• 100% recyclable at end of life, contributing to the circular economy
• GGBS can improve the durability and performance of the Concrete
• Available across the East of England


Choose a Greener Concrete Alternative

EnviroMix Facts & Figures

Using GGBS reduces the equivalent CO2 in a concrete mix by around 880kg (80%) for every tonne of Portland cement, see illustration below:

GGBS ConcreteEach year, the UK uses over 2 million tonnes of GGBS as a replacement for cement.

• Reduces CO2 emissions by almost 1.56 million tonnes
• Reduces primary energy use by 1.6 million MWh
• Saves approximately 2.7 million tonnes of quarrying

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Hawkes Group

Concrete Testimonial

Hawkes and the Mick George Group have built a great working relationship, with the company always doing their best to fulfil our order requirements. Their huge fleet of vehicles can handle any sized project. We're hoping to work together for many more years to come!

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JJ Mac Ltd

Concrete Testimonial

Always a pleasure dealing with the Mick George Group. They always go the extra mile to make sure we get the service we order on time and at the best rates. All our managers and site support staff really appreciate the prompt and efficient service.

L Petriello Testimonial

L Petriello Contractors

Concrete Testimonial

The Mick George Group have supplied our Aggregates, Concrete and Skip Hire for many years. Their service is fantastic and has always been without problem. We Would definitely recommend their services to others.

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