The 2nd Future Cement Conference and Exhibition will examine the next steps forward for the cement industry in a low- or zero-carbon world.

Cement producers - who already produce, package, distribute and sell cementitious materials - are ideally placed to become the leaders in the new ‘no-carbon’ cements.

Covering all the alternatives to OPC, as well as low-CO2 options for concrete, this conference will examine the way forward - to future cements.

The conference early-bird registration fee is £595 until 4 December 2018 and the normal rate is £695 from 5 December 2018 until 26 March 2019. The conference late-rate registration fee is £795 from 27 March 2019. Cement producers benefit from a £100 discount on these rates. Confirmed speakers register for £295, while confirmed cement producer speakers register free. The conference social evening is bookable separately at a rate of £95. Prices are exclusive of any applicable local VAT.

The registration fee includes attendance at the conference and exhibition, conference proceedings book including delegate names/company/country and all available powerpoint slides, memory stick including all available presentations in pdf or powerpoint format, participation in networking/speed-dating sessions, delegate name badge, special distribution magazine, conference briefcase, coffee breaks and snacks, lunches, welcome reception and farewell reception.

The conference social evening will be a memorable evening out, in 'Belgian Style' - with details to be announced.

Main Themes

  • Alternatives to OPC/CEM 1
  • Low-carbon low energy cements
  • EU ETS developments
  • Global carbon trading schemes
  • 'Eco' cements
  • Non-calcined cementitious binders
  • Geopolymers
  • Bio-analogues
  • Alternative raw materials
  • Mineralisers and fluxes
  • Non-calcareous mineral systems
  • Alternative cements
  • Fly-ash and slag-based cements
  • Fuel options
  • Carbon offests
  • Low CO2 options for concrete

Benefits of participation

  • Technical and market trend papers
  • Keep up-to-date with the state-of-the-art in alternative cement developments
  • Fantastic networking opportunities
  • Add value to your existing product mix
  • Meet new customers

Who should attend?

  • Cement and concrete producers
  • Technologists and researchers
  • Financiers and entrepreneurs
  • Equipment producers and service providers
  • Consultants and academics
  • Traders and brokers
  • ... all others with an interest in helping to reduce the environmental impact of cement and concrete production