Takeaways:

  • If passed, Senate Bill 778 would add concrete to the Buy Clean California Act, which requires the state to use low-carbon building materials.
  • The new bill would require prospective state contractors to disclose the embodied GHG emissions in concrete.
  • It would also set minimum standards to align concrete purchasing with the state’s climate goals and help cement manufacturers reach carbon neutrality by 2045.

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