The Pekabex Group enters the market with an offer of low-emission products and presents a number of benefits for customers. The success of several months of work confirms the pro-ecological direction chosen by the largest producer of prefabricated constructions in Poland. There is a large niche in the market in the field of residential and hall construction, to which the answer is fast and high-quality modular construction.
– Our four laboratories have been working on this topic for a long time, but many of the solutions have increased costs for customers, which often resulted in rejection. Inquiries regarding the design, production and implementation of prefabricated facilities using low-emission technologies are becoming more frequent. And because we have extensive experience in the field of concrete technology – we finally managed to find a method that allows to reduce emissions. The high quality of our elements, which is followed by durability, aesthetics, and speed of execution, are undoubtedly the features that make the technology we use more and more popular. Ecological approach to construction is one of our priorities, so we decided to prepare new products for the market with reduced CO2 emissions, products whose carbon footprint has been significantly reduced – says Przemysław Borek, chairman of the board of Pekabex BET SA.
After several months of trials and tests at the Pekabex factory in Mszczonów, a technology for the production of walls and hollow-core slabs based on 100% low-emission cement was implemented. This means that about 20% less CO2 is emitted during production, thanks to which the carbon footprint has been significantly reduced.
The Polish producer of prefabricated elements ensures high quality thanks to the constant supervision of the production processes of elements and their constant improvement. – The using of low-emission concretes is the next step in the broadly understood pro-environmental activities on which we are constantly working. The implementation and continuous improvement of the circular economy, obtaining EPD (Environmental Product Declaration) certificates, cooperation with transport companies with a Euro6 fleet or the using of photovoltaic installations for the independent production of electricity for our factories – all this is to show that even in the construction industry much can still be achieved – confirms Przemysław Borek.