a.b.e® Construction Chemicals
a.b.e. manufactures waterproofing, flooring, specialised adhesives, silicone and sealants, concrete repair products, general construction products, and polyurea high performance system coatings for the building and construction industries.
location_on Boksburg, Gauteng
Southern Africa Readymix Association (SARMA)
SARMA is a voluntary industry organisation that represents manufacturers, suppliers and stakeholders in the readymix concrete industry.
ASPASA - Aggregate & Sand Producers Association Of South Africa
The Aggregate and Sand Producers Association of Southern Africa (ASPASA) is a voluntary membership, private sector producers association.
News & Product Highlights
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Cement industry seeks solutions to emission reduction

The November 2013 United Nations climate change conference identified human actions as the dominant cause of global warming and highlighted an urgent need to reduce carbon emissions by at least 4% per annum in order to stay within the global carbon budget and prevent further harm to the environment.
today31 Aug 2018
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a.b.e. launches new white cement on SA market

abe CEM-blanc is a general-purpose white Portland cement that provides superior early-strength with added aesthetic and decorative opportunities offered by its colour tone, high strength and durability.
today21 Oct 2013

Much-maligned concrete has ‘excellent ecological profile’

Concrete and cement are often unfairly blamed for unacceptably high carbon-dioxide emissions, says Bryan Perrie, MD of The Concrete Institute.

The concept of so-called “pure” Portland cement is rapidly becoming obsolete with the development of technologically advanced composite cements more suited to current and future needs.  Grant Neser, commercial executive at AfriSam, says, “We are challenged with balancing the demands of ever more sophisticated business and industry with a fragile environment under growing pressure. We cannot afford to keep producing cements with conventional technologies that generate high levels of CO2 emissions while we have the option of using more technologically advanced composite cements which offer additional advantages in comparison to conventional cements.”