O.C.O Technology chosen as key partner for breakthrough DAC technology programme

Carbon capture specialist O.C.O Technology is to use its world-leading expertise as part of a breakthrough programme focusing on the development of modular Direct Air Capture (DAC) technology. O.C.O will be working as part of a consortium formed by London-based Mission Zero Technologies, winners of a £240,000 contract from the UK Government’s Net Zero Innovation […]

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O.C.O welcomes Gary Penk

O.C.O are delighted to announce that Gary Penk AMICT MCS CSSW has joined us as Territory Sales Manager for the Northern region. Gary started in the concrete industry in 1989 working as a plant technician for Steetley Quarry Products in South Yorkshire. Over the next 15 years he held numerous positions in the ready-mixed concrete, […]

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O.C.O’s Manufactured LimeStone helps cut carbon in cycle path project

Carbon negative aggregates from O.C.O Technology have been used for the first time as part of a groundbreaking asphalt mix that can significantly reduce the carbon footprint of surfacing works. The O.C.O Manufactured LimeStone (M-LS) is one of the key components in a low carbon cycle path being built for Birmingham City Council as part […]

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O.C.O Technology outlines future goals in its first Sustainability Report

Carbon capture specialist O.C.O Technology has today, 29th March, published its first Sustainability Report, setting out its goals and future sustainability strategy. The 12-page document outlines the three pillars of sustainability – environmental, social and economic – identifying six key areas for the business to focus its sustainability action plans and reporting. These include the […]

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Promoting the benefits of carbon negative aggregates

O.C.O Technology’s David Olley, Aggregates Sales and Development Manager, and James Ng, APCr Contracts Manager, will be talking about the benefits of carbon negative aggregates at next week’s New Horizons – Building the Recovery online conference. Organised by the QMJ Group, which also runs Quarry Management magazine, the Agg-Net portal and the Hillhead exhibition, the […]

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