Additives for simple earth construction and sustainable building materials.
The additives are mineral-based chemicals, non-toxic and non-hazardous.
Oxacrete©, for instance, is mixed with excavation materials and/or sludge in conventional concrete infrastructure to produce cement-free concrete or Cleancrete©.
Oxacrete© improves the workability of the earth mixture for easier processing and casting, then accelerates the hardening in order to remove the formwork after 1-3 days.
Cleancrete© has 90% CO2 reduction and cost reduction compared to conventional concrete.
Referring to current earth construction techniques, Oxara technology accelerates earth construction time.
Closing the circle
Transform the industry
The challenges of the construction industry:
1/3 of global energy consumption and 30% global CO2 emissions: cement production alone accounts for 7% of global CO2 emissions
40% of primary resources consumed and 50% of the construction waste generated including excavation material removed to build foundations.
2 billion people lack access to decent affordable housing.
For a sustainable future, we need to rethink building material and redefine the construction market. Oxara takes a pragmatic, but future-oriented approach to realize a future construction industry capable of delivering sustainable and affordable building materials. Teaching and building strategy that includes stakeholders accelerates the implementation of Oxara technology creating not only a societal impact but also generating profit.
We save the planet one home at the time.
Oxara as additives supplier
To recycling & construction companies (RMX producers) and bricks manufacturers, Oxara sells the additives and licenses the mix design for producing sustainable building materials.
Oxara as products developer
Oxara co-develops with RMX concrete producers and bricks manufacturers sustainable building materials such as Cleancrete©, Cleanbrick© and more, based on excavation materials.
Oxara as contractor for affordable housing
Oxara as a contractor consists of delivering access to sustainable and affordable housings worldwide based on the cement-free concrete technology.
Partnerships and collaboration are key: teaching strategy, constructive systems based on material performances, and required infrastructures to implement the technology within the local context is developed to disseminate the knowledge among builders, masons, architects, and local stakeholders.