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Lebanon: Chekka inaugurates new bag filter

26 June 2017, Published under Cement News

Cimenterie Nationale has inaugurated the new bag filter at its Chekka plant. The new filter will reduce SOx and NOx emissions to 15mg/m3, well below the international norm of 50mg/m3. At the ceremony, which was attended by more than 200 distinguished guests, Cimenterie Nationale’s CEO, Pierre Doumet, said the new filter was testimony to “a permanent modernisation” of the works, a plan started two-and-a-half years ago by the company. However, the US$200m project is still awaiting the r...

Cimentos de Mozambique installs bag filter, Mozambique

24 September 2015, Published under Cement News

The Mozambican Minister of Industry and Trade has inaugurated a bag filter installed by Cimentos de Mozambique, part of the Cimpor group. "The decision of Cimentos de Mozambique appears as a positive response to the imperative of adopting technologies that minimise the negative impact on the environment and the communities living in the vicinity of this plant," said Max Tonela, quoted by the news agency AIM, during the inauguration of the new equipment at the company's unit in Matola, near...

Hima Cement completes installation of new bag filter, Uganda

11 July 2013, Published under Cement News

Hima Cement Ltd, part of the Lafarge group, has completed the installation of new bag filter technology at its Kasese plant in Uganda to bring stack emissions in line with global environmental standards. "We invested significant resources to conduct environmental impact assessments to ensure that the plant operations met all the required environmental standards for its manufacturing processes and operations," Peter Robson, Hima Cement's Plant Manager told AllAfrica News. Hima installed a ...

New order of Intensiv-Filter in Lebanon

02 March 2012, Published under Cement News

Ciment de Sibline is the third largest clinker and cement manufacturer in Lebanon. For energy saving and utilisation of grate cooler waste gases for raw materials drying, the company decided to replace the existing two separate dedusting systems – a multicyclone on the cooler exit and an ESP for mill and preheater kiln gases - by a new common bag filter. This bag filter will dedust both the kiln/raw mill gases and the clinker cooler excess air. Intensiv-Filter received the order for the tu...

Filters for NESHAP compliance

31 January 2012, Published under Cement News

The implications of the National Emissions Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAP) in the USA are far reaching in their targeting to reduce emissions from cement plants to unprecedented lower levels. Filter technology of the highest quality will be required to achieve the emission reductions needed, as Gore has been examining. Chris Polizzi of WL Gore & Associates, USA, shows us the results. Figure 1: weighted average emissions from stack tests, 1998-2007, used to develo...