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Andusia and Powerday form SRF agreement

29 May 2019, Published under Cement News

Andusia has signed a solid recovered fuel (SRF) supply contract with Powerday PLC, London's largest waste recycling and waste management company. Andusia and Powerday have formed a partnership to export 10,000t of SRF annually to be recovered at a Mediterranean cement plant. Powerday has the capacity to process up to 1.6Mta of construction, demolition, municipal, commercial and industrial waste. Using the latest technology to recycle and recover, the company is committed to providing 10...

Andusia starts SRF exports to Mediterranean

16 November 2018, Published under Cement News

Andusia exported their first consignment of solid recovered fuel (SRF) to a Mediterranean cement plant last month. This is Andusia's first SRF contract and the process has proven to be a success, especially during a period when other companies in the industry are seeing a decline in their export figures, according to a company statement. Mark Terrell, director at Andusia, said: "As Andusia diversify into other forms of recovered fuels exported to Europe and also within the UK, we hope t...

From waste to co-processing

26 September 2018, Published under Cement News

The route from the waste collection point to co-processing in a cement kiln is not without its challenges and too often, the thermal potential of waste as an alternative fuel in cement production is insufficiently understood. To use such wastes successfully as alternative fuels in cement pyroprocessing lines, their nature and treatment process needs to be understood. By Dr Hubert Baier, WhiteLabel-TandemProjects eU, Germany. Figure 1: incoming waste requires assessment in terms of its...

Vassiliko Cement in talks to take SRF/RDF waste

23 April 2018, Published under Cement News

The Water Development Department (WDD) in Cyprus is in talks with Vassiliko Cement Works to use byproducts generated at the municipal waste treatment plant at Pentakomo as alternative fuels as an alternative to landfill. The government would have to pay Vassiliko to take in the SRF/RDF sludge, reported the Cyprus Mail. Vassiliko has requested additional sample analyses of the byproduct to determine whether the RDF/SRF mix suits its needs. The WDD said that it might be possible for the P...

Irish Cement plans to reduce carbon emissions

22 November 2017, Published under Cement News

Irish Cement has stated that its plans to increase alternative fuels usage is not a move to develop a waste incinerator, according to The Irish Times. The company has been using 120,000t of residual waste at its Platin cement works and has requested permission to increase the volume to 600,000t. The new plans submitted to Bord Pleanála for approval would allow the company to replace up to 85 per cent of its fossil fuels with alternative fuels. The project would help reduce Ireland’s carbo...

N+P extend SRF supply order with Vassiliko Cement

22 September 2017, Published under Cement News

N+P has agreed an extended solid recovered fuel (SRF) supply agreement with Vassiliko Cement Works and its subsidiary Enerco Energy Recovery. The contract will now run until 31 December 2020, with an option to further extend this cooperation to 31 December 2022. Since 2015 N+P has delivered SRF from the UK and Italy in sea containers and bulk vessels to Vassiliko Cement Works Public Company Ltd in Cyprus. The Vassiliko Cement Works uses SRF as secondary fuel to replace fossil fuels, s...

UK: Quinn Cement seeks sustainable future

24 February 2017, Published under Cement News

To achieve a more sustainable manufacturing process and further decrease imported fossil fuel consumption, Quinn Cement has adopted the use of alternative fuels from local residual waste materials to co-fuel production. The introduction of solid recovered fuel (SRF) into the manufacturing process has already begun, with the potential for the company to reduce its use of coal by up to 50 per cent annually. The end result is a saving of 1t CO 2 /1t SRF used. This successful transition to ...

Portugal: N+P deliver SRF

08 July 2016, Published under Cement News

On 8 May 2016 a ship carrying 2500t of baled SRF berthed at Lisbon. The SRF originated from N+P Alternative Fuels’ location in Grimsby, UK and will be used as a substitute for primary fuels in the cement industry. This new project form N+P represents the company's next step towards further strengthening its position in the alternative fuels market.

Cemex

01 October 2015, Published under Cement News

Cemex has agreed a 25-year supply agreement with the Suez group for the supply of up to 240,000t of solid recovered fuel for its Rugby cement works. Suez has just opened a plant on land leased from Rugby that will supply over 80 per cent of the recovered fuel, with the remainder coming from a Suez’ plant near Birmingham. Cemex USA has agreed the sale of its gypsum supply division to US. LBM Holdings. That business operates out of 16 locations in Florida and one in Alabama and is not mater...

SRF - a class of its own?

27 March 2013, Published under Cement News

Solid Recovered Fuel (SRF) is still classified as a waste material, not a product, despite the fact it is manufactured to a quality specification and is a resource from which energy can be recovered. UNTHA UK’s alternative fuel production expert Marcus Brew considers the parameters within which SRF must be manufactured, before investigating the arguments for and against SRF being reclassified as a product or fuel. By Marcus Brew, UNTHA Shredding Technology, UK. The UNTHA shredder: hel...