Descrete is an Australian sustainable building products company that offers a proprietary additive for producing carbon-negative concrete. Their cement blends have been in commercial use for over 15 years in various applications, including premix, precast, masonry, mortar/render, and unfired bricks. Their turnkey sustainable solution fits seamlessly into existing infrastructure without penalty to performance, handling, or cost. Descrete's innovation for a greener world has a positive impact on the environment by reducing carbon footprint and enabling carbon sequestering outcomes.
Descrete's engineered thermal mass feature wall has been chosen by the Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences as an exhibitor at the Powerhouse Museum. Their cement has been used in various award-winning projects, including Matt Jolley's Austinmer Beech House and the Solar Decathlon China 2013 finals winner, Team UOW Australia. Baines Masonry has also partnered with Descrete to produce a new block design that ensures block sustainability.