Cemtrex Inc and Durag Inc highlight industry needs and new technologies for emissions monitoring.
Sintef assesses what the Ministry of Environmental Protection's laws mean for co-processing in China.
Jebel Ali Sewage Treatment Plant offers local cement producers potential for a new fuel option.
Suez Cement has made a commitment to alternative fuel usage at its Kattameya plant to keep one step ahead of the fuel supply problems in Egypt and to improve sustainable production.
A new project to devise an integrated carbon capture system for a cement plant could be a very cost-effective way of reducing CO2 emissions.
Lafarge Surma launched its Industrial Ecology approach to waste management in Bangladesh a year ago and is already seeing great benefits following the introduction of co-processing at its Chhatak plant.
Kline Consulting explains how reducing carbon emissions could impact the design of cement plants of the future.
An inside look at how municipal solid waste is co-processed by China's leading cement companies.
The Institute for Industrial Productivity assesses the use of RDF and hazardous waste in India's cement industry.
ICR looks at the increasingly important role of integrated reporting in the cement industry.
Cementos Argos turns to cultivating microalgae as a sustainable method to capture carbon
Taiwan Cement and the Industrial Technology Research Institute employ calcium-looping technology.
Bellona, ECN and IEA GHG reveal the challenges of realising carbon capture and storage.
Phil Kerton looks at the implications of the introduction of Phase III of the EU Emissions Trading Scheme.
Cementos Argos has started a pilot project for the recycling of construction waste to use as aggregate in ready-mix.
Taiheiyo Cement details how it overcame the effects of the Great East Japan Earthquake on its Ofunato plant.