Noida International Airport, sustainable with Nanogence Technology
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Noida International Airport, sustainable with Nanogence Technology

The upcoming Noida International Airport, slated to be India's largest upon completion, is striving to become a pioneering example of sustainable airport operations by achieving net zero carbon emissions. Located 75 km away from Delhi, construction is currently in full swing for the airport's first phase, set to conclude by next year. Emphasising environmental sustainability, developers are employing cutting-edge technology from Nanogence Catalysts. These patented smart activators enhance cementitious material binding efficiency, incorporating eco-friendly substitutes and lowering production costs.

A bespoke catalyst, utilising this breakthrough technology, is revolutionising the airport's construction. It enables a direct reduction or replacement of up to 20% of cement requirements, resulting in a substantial decrease in carbon emissions on-site and enhancing cost efficiency. Cement usage, a major contributor to the carbon footprint of infrastructure projects, has been significantly reduced. Christoph Schnellmann, CEO of Noida International Airport, expressed enthusiasm about this technology aligning with their sustainability objectives, emphasising the airport's commitment to operating with net zero emissions.

Partnerships with experienced entities in the field have facilitated the incorporation of sustainability elements into the airport's design, infrastructure, and utilities, aligning with their net zero emission goals. Tata Projects, the engineering, procurement, and construction partner for the airport, highlighted their dedication to reducing the project's carbon footprint. Implementation of Nanogence technology has undergone rigorous testing, ensuring concrete longevity, weather resistance, and corrosion resistance. The use of nanoparticles enhances concrete binding, prolonging the structure's lifespan and reducing ordinary portland cement consumption, thereby controlling the project's carbon footprint.

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The upcoming Noida International Airport, slated to be India's largest upon completion, is striving to become a pioneering example of sustainable airport operations by achieving net zero carbon emissions. Located 75 km away from Delhi, construction is currently in full swing for the airport's first phase, set to conclude by next year. Emphasising environmental sustainability, developers are employing cutting-edge technology from Nanogence Catalysts. These patented smart activators enhance cementitious material binding efficiency, incorporating eco-friendly substitutes and lowering production costs.A bespoke catalyst, utilising this breakthrough technology, is revolutionising the airport's construction. It enables a direct reduction or replacement of up to 20% of cement requirements, resulting in a substantial decrease in carbon emissions on-site and enhancing cost efficiency. Cement usage, a major contributor to the carbon footprint of infrastructure projects, has been significantly reduced. Christoph Schnellmann, CEO of Noida International Airport, expressed enthusiasm about this technology aligning with their sustainability objectives, emphasising the airport's commitment to operating with net zero emissions.Partnerships with experienced entities in the field have facilitated the incorporation of sustainability elements into the airport's design, infrastructure, and utilities, aligning with their net zero emission goals. Tata Projects, the engineering, procurement, and construction partner for the airport, highlighted their dedication to reducing the project's carbon footprint. Implementation of Nanogence technology has undergone rigorous testing, ensuring concrete longevity, weather resistance, and corrosion resistance. The use of nanoparticles enhances concrete binding, prolonging the structure's lifespan and reducing ordinary portland cement consumption, thereby controlling the project's carbon footprint.

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