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Lehigh Hanson releases EcoCem®PLUS

05 February 2021, Published under Cement News

Lehigh Hanson has launched EcoCem®PLUS at its Edmonton cement plant in Alberta, Canada. EcoCem ® PLUS is an innovative blended Portland Limestone Cement (PLC) available in Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba.    "The motivation behind the EcoCem brand of products is to reduce the embodied carbon of cement and concrete," said Shawn McMillan, vice president cement for Lehigh Hanson’s Canada region. "The introduction of EcoCem ® PLUS to the Prairie market builds on our commitment to providing ...

Lehigh Hanson reaches next step in Edmonton CCS project

26 January 2021, Published under Cement News

Lehigh Hanson (HeidelbergCement group) is taking the next step in its joint carbon capture and storage   (CCS) feasibility study with the International CCS Knowledge Centre. Mitsubishi Heavy Industries will be moving forward with the engineering design for the study on the Edmonton cement plant, Canada. "This CCS feasibility study is essential for understanding how our industry can continue to meet growing production demands, while also meeting equally important climate targets. We ar...

Union Bridge plant wins PCA's Overall Environmental Excellence Award

28 September 2020, Published under Cement News

Lehigh Hanson is proud to announce its cement plant in Union Bridge, Maryland, has won the Overall Environmental Excellence Award as part of the 2020 Energy and Environment Awards from the Portland Cement Association (PCA). The awards recognise outstanding environmental and community relations efforts that go above and beyond what is required. Submissions from plants across the U S were evaluated and recognised for environmental efforts completed in 2019. Three years ago, Lehigh Cement ...

Lehigh Hanson delays Mitchell expansion project

02 April 2020, Published under Cement News

US-based Lehigh Hanson Inc has delayed the start of the US$600m expansion project at its Mitchell plant in Lawrence County, Indiana. Construction may be delayed by up to a year due to uncertainties resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic.  The plant will reportedly continue to finalise the engineering and delivery of equipment but will limit the amount of site work during 2020 and will move it into early 2021. Therefore, the projected start-up date has been moved from September 2022 to the 3...

Bedeschi wins material handling order in USA

18 March 2020, Published under Cement News

Bedeschi SpA has been awarded by KHD Humboldt Wedag International AG the contract for clay crushing and handling equipment at the Lehigh Mitchell plant. Bedeschi is supplying two complete crushing units, including an apron feeder and a double roller crusher, as well as a blending stacking and reclaiming longitudinal system for limestone, a clay apron conveyor and a 700m-long pipe conveyor for cement. The pipe conveyor is similar to the one in the image. Bedeschi has won an order in t...

Closing in on Canada’s carbon

02 December 2019, Published under Cement News

Canada has a well-established cement market and is home to several leading multinationals who dominate the sector. The main concerns of the industry are becoming more focussed on stricter environmental compliance with CO 2 taxes being implemented and more efficient grinding to improve plant performance. Canadian cement consumption is forecast to reach 9.4Mt in 2019 and is particularly high in metropolitan areas such as Edmonton, Alberta The recent Canadian elections on 21 Oc...

Lehigh Hanson to break ground on US$600m Mitchell project

09 October 2019, Published under Cement News

US-based Lehigh Hanson Inc is set to break ground this week on its US$600m expansion and modernisation project at its plant in Mitchell, Indiana. The plans were first announced in July last year and are expected to take four years, according to Inside Indiana Business. It will be the company’s largest expansion and modernisation project in north America and is expected to create 50 jobs.

Lehigh Hanson set to acquire Giant Cement's Keystone plant

27 September 2019, Published under Cement News

HeidelbergCement has announced that its north American subsidiary, Lehigh Hanson Inc, has entered into an agreement to acquire Giant Cement’s (Elementia SAB de CV) Keystone facility in Bath, Pennsylvania. The agreed purchase price for the unit is US$151m cash free and debt free, equivalent to US$137/t of capacity. The plant operates 1.1Mta of cement capacity following a kiln line modernisation in 2009. It supplies the Pennsylvania, New Jersey and New York markets with bulk and bagged Portl...

Lehigh Hanson proposes new grinding facility in Canada

26 March 2019, Published under Cement News

Lehigh Hanson has submitted a proposal for a new grinding facility with a marine terminal located next to its existing integrated plant on Tilbury Island, Canada. The 0.65Mta Delta grinding unit would have an operational life of at least 40 years, according to the company. Panamax or Handymax vessels would deliver raw materials to the facility, while the final product would be delivered to customers by truck or barge. The Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency is currently determining w...

Lehigh Northeast Cement proposes alternative fuel from paper mills

30 November 2018, Published under Cement News

Lehigh Northeast Cement Co has submitted an application to the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation to modify its air emissions permit for its Glen Falls (NY) plant to allow the company to use an engineered fuel product from recycled paper mills as part of its fuel mix. The fuel, known as ‘raggertail,’ consists of 60 per cent plastic trimmings and 40 per cent paper and cardboard fibre, Lehigh Hanson reports. It meets the DEC’s criteria for use as an AF and is expected to...