International Cement Review articles tagged under : Environment
King & Spalding show how California is leading the way in legislation to mitigate climate change.
Environmental Evolution looks at how far US AF usage had progressed and how much further it might develop.
Aslan Çimento, Turkey, explains the benefits of operating a waste heat recovery system in island mode.
Redecam outlines the evolution of filter bags to trap increasingly smaller particulate matter, with its Bi-Jet Bag Cleaning System designed to increase flow and volume.
The UN Framework Convention for Climate Change meets in Paris in December. Top of the agenda is a new international agreement on climate change targets to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and better share information.
OYK Consultants reports on the ESP-to-baghouse conversion at Tourah Cement's Kiln Line 8 in Egypt.
Taiheiyo Engineering designs an alternative fuel feeding unit for Negeri Sembilan Cement Industries, Malaysia
Cembureau raises some key points that should be borne in mind for the upcoming EC circular economy package.
Lafarge explores the possibilities for CO2 mitigation and carbon capture and storage for the cement industry.
KETEK Ltd of Finland researches the viability of recycling glass fibre-reinforced composite waste as an alternative fuels option for the cement industry under its LUMI-Project.
Philip Kerton of CPK Consultancy details India's progress on increasing its alternative fuel substitution rate
Kline Consulting LLC demonstrates why carbon capture through mineral carbonation is worth pursuing.
ICIS Tschach Solutions eyes possible changes in the EU Emissions Trading Scheme and explains why the cement and lime industries could well be squeezed harder in forthcoming phases of the EU ETS.
Regain Aluminium Systems investigates refined byproducts from the aluminium industry.
Geocycle prepares to open a 160,000tpa waste-to-fuel processing plant near Jakarta, Indonesia.
The rise in municipal solid waste volumes has given India's cement sector an opportunity for co-processing.