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Sludge will no longer be moved to Alabama plant

07 December 2018, Published under Cement News

After receiving sludge from a site in Fort Myers, Florida, LafargeHolcim's Geocycle has determined that the material will not be suitable for its purposes at its Alabama facility due to the length of time required for transportation.  "Last week, water treatment material from Fort Myers was trucked to the Holcim Theodore plant in Alabama to evaluate how to best handle and use. We determined that, at this point-in-time, this material doesn't fit our process requirements. The city's timeline...

Fort Myers to send waste material to LafargeHolcim facility

17 September 2018, Published under Cement News

Local government in Fort Myers (FL), USA, has announced plans to send 30,000t of toxic sludge to LafargeHolcim’s quarry outside of Crystal River, according to the Citrus County Chronicle. The waste material, currently surrounded by a neighbourhood, will be moved to the quarry for pre-treatment before delivery to the company’s plant in Theodore (AL) for use in cement production.  PPM Consultants, the company hired to oversee the sludge's removal, said in a report that a five-gallon sample ...

US Southeast's comeback story

07 December 2015, Published under Cement News

Cement demand in the US Southeast (ie, Florida plus the ‘Piedmont’ states of Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee and North and South Carolina) was hard hit by the Great Recession. Since the 2010 trough, demand recovery in the region has been the strongest among the five US divisions but remains volatile and well below previous highs. Nevertheless, long-term prospects are better than average. By Rob Roy, ROI Consulting, USA. Cemtech Conferences & Exhibitions looks forward to welcoming delega...