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SITA UK rebrands as SUEZ environnement

08 April 2015, Published under Cement News

SITA UK, the UK-based recycling and waste management subsidiary of the global SUEZ environnement Group, will today join the rest of the group in uniting under a single name. SUEZ environnement operates in more than 70 countries around the world and previously had more than 40 different brands (for example, SITA, Degrémont, Lyonnaise des Eaux, AGBAR, Aqualogy, United Water, Ondeo Industrial Solutions, SAFEGE, etc). All of the Group's brands and trademarks are now being united under a single...

SITA to start commissioning new SRF facility, UK

13 February 2015, Published under Cement News

SITA UK is to start the commissioning process for its solid recovered (SRF) plant in Rugby to be used at Cemex UK's local cement works. The processing plant will undergo a series of commissioning tests over the next few months before starting full-scale production of the trademarked Climafuel SRF in the summer. The residual waste material arriving at the site will primarily be collected from commercial and industrial businesses across the region that would otherwise go to landfill. Once re...

SITA UK's SRF plant downsized

12 June 2013, Published under Cement News

A factory that will process recoiling material as Solid Recovered Fuel (SRF) to power the Cemex Rugby cement works is to be smaller than planned. Recycling firm SITA UK said recent advancements in Climafuel technology mean the buildings next to the Cemex plant on Lawford Road no longer need to be as big as originally thought when the idea was first drawn up over five years go. It was intended the chimney would be almost 70ft, but will now be less than 50ft. The associated buildings on the ...

SITA UK begins production of Climafuel at new SRF plant, UK

04 June 2013, Published under Cement News

SITA UK has begun production of Climafuel at a new GBP7m (EUR8.2m) solid recovered fuel facility to be used at Cemex UK's Rugby cement works. The new facility, situated in Birmingham, UK, as been developed by recycling and resource management company SITA UK to transform commercial waste, which would otherwise go to landfill, into Climafuel, an alternative to coal. As Ben Harding, General Manager – Material Sourcing at SITA UK, explained: “Traditionally a significant proportion of Birmi...

Cemex UK Climafuel plant to be smaller in scale thanks to technology advances

22 May 2013, Published under Cement News

Cemex UK's new Climafuel waste processing plant no longer needs to be as large as originally planned thanks to advances in technology. In April last year, SITA UK, one of the UK’s leading recycling and resource management companies, announced that it was joining forces with Cemex to develop two waste recycling plants for the production of Climafuel for Cemex’s Rugby cement plant in Warwickshire. One would be built in Birmingham and the other subsequently in Malpass Farm, adjacent to the R...

SITA UK to supply solid recovered fuel (SRF) to Cemex in Latvia

01 October 2012, Published under Cement News

Recycling and resource management company, SITA UK, has signed a three-year contract to supply 180,000t of solid recovered fuel to Cemex in Latvia. The fuel will be produced by processing residual commercial waste in a new, purpose-built facility at Ridham Docks in Kent. Once processed, the solid recovered fuel material will be used as a fossil-fuel replacement at Cemex’s cement production facility in Broceni, southern Latvia. Speaking about the contract, Andy Hill, Organics and Altern...