Why cement is called portland cement?
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Portland cement was named after the Isle of Portland in the English Channel, and was first made in the early 1800s by a man named Joseph Aspdin.
He patented it as “Portland cement” because the concrete it produced resembled the natural stone found on the Isle of Portland.