International Cement Review articles tagged under : Environment
ICR looks at the findings of an Indian Technology Roadmap for a low-carbon cement industry to 2050.
MVW Lechtenberg & Partner explores the impact tyre burning has on clinker quality.
Lindner Recyclingtech reveals its two-stage shredding process and other options for waste fuels.
E.ON offers a waste heat solution as an alternative to volatile and rising energy costs, using Build-Own-Operate-Transfer.
Holcim reports on how it is improving water sustainability at its Ambuja Cements and Holcim Colombia facilities.
Scheuch proves how its patented EMC technology is enabling US producers to meet NESHAP requirements.
Titan America is making great strides in alternative fuels, recycling and water usage reduction efforts.
Untha investigates the case for reclassifying solid recovered fuels (SRF) as a product or a fuel rather than waste material.
In this second focus on Indian co-processing, SINTEF and the CPCB look at the development of recent projects.
SINTEF an India's Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) discuss the country's co-processing opportunities.
Cementis and Sintef assess best practice for co-processing alternative fuels and treating hazardous wastes.
Scheuch details the success of its 10m bag filter technology at Yamama Cement, Saudi Arabia.
FLSmidth Sepec has modernised Oman Cement's Kiln Line No 1 to improve environmental performance.
ICR speaks with Andy Woodcock about the waste-derived fuel project at Lafarge's Cauldon works.
Holcim Indonesia tackles ozone-depleting gases at its treatment facility near Narogong, whichis operated by the Geocycle subsidiary. So far the unit has destroyed more than 210,000Mt of CO2 gases.
Jan Theulen of HeidelbergCement details the group’s global co-processing strategy.