Best practice alternative fuels utilisation in cement plants - Cemtech Live Webinar

Cemtech Live Webinar: Best practice alternative fuels utilisation in cement plants

Best practice alternative fuels utilisation in cement plants

Cemtech’s Alternative Fuels webinar featured technical presentations from leading experts in the field, who looked at reducing costs and CO2 through the usage of alternative fuels.

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Speakers included:

Successful use of alternative fuels in Germany - a country case study: Volker Hoenig, Managing Director, VDZ (Germany)
Volker Hoenig is managing director of VDZ, which represents the German cement industry and has developed into an international scientific and technical service provider for the cement and building materials industries. Mr Hoenig is head of the environment and plant technology department at the institution, while also serving as project leader for the European Cement Research Academy's (ECRA) CCS research project.
Turning waste into energy – how to increase alternative fuel utilisation: Mads Nielsen and Wouter de Groot, FLSmidth
Mads Nielsen, GPLM Upgrades – Pyro Solution & Alternative Fuels, FLSmidth
With more than 20 years’ experience within pyro technology, Mads Nielsen is one of the driving forces behind FLSmidth’s product development and research on alternative fuel.

Wouter de Groot, head of Sustainability at FLSmidth
Wouter leads FLSmidth’s MissionZero initiative – aimed at enabling cement producers to move towards zero emissions and zero energy waste by 2030.
State-of-the-art clinker production using low-CO2 alternative fuels: Florian Salzer, Plant Manager (Wietersdorf), w&p Zement (Austria)

Florian Salzer has over 15 years of experience in the cement industry and has served as the Plant Manager of w&p Zement’s Wietersdorf plant since 2017. The current main goals of the plant are for it to become one of the cleanest cement plants in the world and for the continuous reduction of CO2 emissions.