About Us

We Are The Top Concrete Service Company

Mangla ECOmix Innovations is a startup company with the primary goal of combating the rising global climate change. The company was founded by young TUDelft graduates, Ir. Deepanshu Mangla and Ir. Yagos Savvidis.

The company aims to develop innovative and future-proof concrete mixtures to produce more durable and sustainable concrete in the Indian as well as global construction market.
The company achieves sustainability in concrete by completely eliminating the dependency of concrete on primary traditional raw materials like Ordinary-Portland Cement, and instead, utilising various industrial mining by-products (waste streams) to produce a new generation of zero-cement concrete.

The company develops eco-friendly and sustainable concrete solutions by creating various types of concrete mixes dedicated to RCC road infrastructure projects, rigid pavements, precast road panels and other dedicated customised applications.

Our Technology is supported and validated:

  • By our team’s long-term industry experience in ready-mix concrete at Mangla RMC.
  • By our team’s scientific and research knowledge and experience developed at the Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands.
  • By signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with an intrastate university: Dr. D.Y. Patil Institute of Technology, Pune (Pune University).
  • By NABL Accredited laboratory for concrete testing.
  • And by an international partnership with a business organisation in concrete precasting technology in Europe, The Netherlands.

Our vision

To share the knowledge of our technology to meaningfully transit to greener solutions and sustainable developments throughout India to ultimately meet the local carbon reduction targets to a net-zero carbon emission country and fight global climate change on a larger picture.


Meet the Team

Deepanshu Mangla

Deepanshu is a B.Tech graduate of Civil Engineering and a Master of Science in Construction Management & Engineering from the Delft University of Technology (TU Delft), The Netherlands.

He is also a member of the working group of NHEV (National Highways of Electric Vehicles see link). The conscious direction to follow civil engineering stems from his intention to work and enlarge the family construction business, Mangla Redimix Pvt. Ltd., which is a market-leading building material supplying company since 2007 and a class-1 contractor firm for various government construction projects in New Delhi-NCR. Deepanshu is the Director of technical operations for this company.

At TU Delft, Deepanshu worked as a materials researcher for the project: developing Europe’s first full-scale zero-cement concrete bridge in the Netherlands with the primary aim to reduce carbon emissions and fight climate change (Research link: see link).

Following his research interest in sustainable/eco-friendly building materials, in 2022, with the incorporation of his startup, ‘Mangla ECOmix Innovations Pvt. Ltd.’, he wants to introduce such new-age technologies to India that could help in meeting the 45% carbon emissions reduction target by 2030, set by our Hon. Prime Minister, Sh. Narendra Modi. The new company is onset to incorporate technologies such as the production and supplying of Geopolymer concrete, 3-D printing of concrete, Precast concrete, Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage (CCUS), to name a few.

Yagos Savvidis

Yagos is a B.Sc and M.Eng. graduate of Civil Engineering from the Democritus University of Thrace, Greece and an M.Sc. holder in Construction Management and Engineering from the Delft University of Technology (TU Delft), The Netherlands.

During his studies in DUTh, he developed a ductile concrete mixture with calcareous fly ash and polypropylene fibres and analysed the tensile behaviour of this mixture via laboratory experiments. He achieved a mixture of decreased embedded energy, the structural tensile strength (typical concrete lacks of tensile behaviour), research value recognition by international conferences (Research link: see link) and publishers (Research link: see link).

By also following the M.Sc. program, he gained knowledge in Life Cycle Management of Road Infrastructure Assets and being consciously driven by sustainability in the construction world, he developed a long-term decision-making method for the road assets adaptation on the dynamic effects of climate change (Research link: see link).

He is passionate about sustainability and applying innovative ideas to practical solutions for a greener and eco-friendly road infrastructure environment. As a Director in ‘Mangla ECOmix Innovations Pvt. Ltd.’, he intends to use state-of-the-art technologies to smartly provide tangible solutions in the favour of the public good and the environment.
why choose us

Our Mission

The Ordinary Portland Cement (OPC) concrete production, which is the 2nd most consumable product, after water, worldwide, contributes 10-12% to the global CO2 emissions. To align with the Paris Agreement on limiting the global temperature to 1.5°C, annual emissions of the cement sector must reduce by at least 16% by 2030 (IEA, 2017, 2021) and net-zero CO2 emissions by 2050 globally (IEA, 2021; Rogelj et al., 2015). Hence, global research efforts are required to find large-scale solutions that can reduce the environmental impact of cement.

Innovative solutions, such as clinker substitution, hold higher potential in reducing significant cement process emissions. As per the 2018 Technology Roadmap report, consumption of approx. 2 billion tons of clinker substitutes is required to achieve at least a net clinker ratio of 0.60 by 2050 (W. IEA, 2018). Hence, a 100% clinker substitution would help to reach this goal faster.

By making concrete without OPC but with an Supplementary Cementitious Material (SCM) – BFS (Blast Furnace Slag), an industrial by-product of pig iron manufacturing and FA (Fly Ash), an industrial by-product of coal-fired power plants, we can scale up the clinker substitution. This type of concrete is generally termed as Geopolymer Concrete and Alkali-Activated Concrete based on their mixture constituents.

Geopolymer and Alkali-activated binders have better properties than OPC concrete and produce significantly lower CO2 emissions. Various studies have shown the good performance of alkali-activated concrete, for example, higher compressive strength, high acid and sulphate attack resistance, higher fire resistance (Provis & Deventer, 2014) and enhanced durability (J.Y. Richard Liew et al, 2021).

Our mission is to utilise 100% of waste streams generated from the steel industry and coal-fired power plants of India needed for the development of innovative geopolymer concrete solutions. Regardless of the quality of the coal and produced steel material, the generated by-products/waste materials can be deployed. Even though it can be generally considered useless, we, in Mangla ECOmix Innovations, are capable of finding different ways of using it and transforming it from waste to actual reusable road construction material. As a result, we develop the Innovative Geopolymer Concrete based on our Client’s needs and their Pavement Project’s requirements by replacing 100% OPC with these industrial by-products.

In this way, Mangla ECOmix Innovations can support Public and Private Organisations to achieve their goals for sustainability and Contractors on making Geopolymer Concrete from a traditional ready-mixed concrete plant.

Mangla ECOmix Innovations can support Public and Private Organisations to achieve their goals for sustainability and Contractors on making Geopolymer Concrete from a traditional ready-mixed concrete plant.