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Adbri reached cementitious materials supply agreement

03 January 2024, Published under Cement News

Adbri Ltd announces that its wholly owned subsidiary, Adelaide Brighton Cement Ltd, trading as Adbri Cement, has entered into an agreement with Independent Cement and Lime Pty Ltd (ICL) for the supply and distribution of cementitious materials. ICL is a 50:50 joint venture between Adbri and the Barro Group. The interim agreement will took effect on 1 January 2024 following expiry of the current arrangement and continues for two months, coinciding with the timing of the process and exclusivi...

VDZ study researches future cement and concrete resources in 2050

28 February 2023, Published under Cement News

The new VDZ study "Resources of the future for cement and concrete – Potential and action strategies" describes a possible 2050 scenario aimed at further reducing primary raw material utilisation. In Germany the various by-products and recycled materials already employed today enable more than 10Mta of primary raw materials to be saved, depending on their availability. "Blast furnace slag from ironmaking and fly ash from coal-fired power generation in particular play a major role", ...

Charah Solutions seals recycled flyash contract

08 July 2022, Published under Cement News

Charah Solutions has been awarded a multi-year contract from a regulated utility for the marketing and sustainable recycling of fly ash in Indiana, USA. The multi-year project will begin in the 3Q22. Under the terms of the contract, Charah Solutions will be responsible for the utilisation of approximately 150,000tpa of specification grade fly ash. The fly ash will be distributed through Charah Solutions’ MultiSource ®  materials network, a distribution system of nearly 40 nationwide lo...

EcoMaterials Technologies secures fly ash deal

01 July 2022, Published under Cement News

EcoMaterials Technologies has announced an agreement with Georgia Power to harvest millions of tonnes of landfilled ash from plant Bowen , one of the largest coal-fired power plants in North America. Under the agreement, Eco Material will harvest approximately 600,000t of landfilled ash per year from the plant in Cartersville, Georgia, USA. The effort will remove and beneficially use more than 9 Mt . There is also the potential to expand operations to a second location and double ...