Skanska to build first antismog pavement in Poznan

by   CIJ News iDesk II
2020-09-24   09:05
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Skanska will build a pavement that reduces the amount of smog that is harmful to people’s health in Poznan. As part of Building D of the Nowy Rynek complex, which is currently under construction, almost 4,000 sqm of the so-called “green concrete pavement” will be built, neutralizing the pollution emitted by a car that has traveled the equivalent of more than 70,000 km per year. Completion is scheduled for the second quarter of 2021. Measurements carried out by Skanska show that an area fitted with green concrete has, on average, a 30-percent lower concentration of nitrogen dioxide when compared to a standard surface. Skanska has successfully tested this technology with its investments in Warsaw, Krakow and Gdansk.