Gramata continually does research and development to transform, waste materials into a neutral state and safe use as Structural and Non Structural Lightweight Green Aggregates (LiGrA). This Noble Green Material Innovation is a revolutionary and great impact for construction and other industries to reduce cost of foundation, increase column span, boost productivity, enchance heat insulation besides saving on logistic and transportation cost indirectly while saving fossil energy and achieving a sustainable environtment.
Annual concrete global consumption is about 33 billion ton per year in 2016 as reported by ISO/TC 071 Strategic Business Plan dated 14 April 2016.
The global LWAC market was valued at USD 37.2 Billion in 2018 and is expected to reach USD 56.7 Billion by the year 2026, at a CAGR of 5.4% as reported www.reportsanddata.com.
In Malaysia 32.8 million cubic metre of concrete was used in 2016 according to the Construction and Industry Development Board (CIDB) Malaysia.
According to the Ministry of National Development, Singapore, average about 11.5 million cubic metre of concrete was used in Singapore in the last 5 years.
Based on 70% of aggregate by volume for concrete, the above translate to 34.8 million cubic metre of aggregate required in Malaysia annually. The demand of aggregate in Singapore is about 12.2 million ton annually.
We acquired state of the art technology from overseas experts and higher learning institutions to identify, calibrate and formulate lightweight green aggregates from various types of inorganic wastes. The equipment has also been tailor-made for these specific purposes.