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Republic Cement works with landfill company to divert waste

19 June 2023, Published under Cement News

Pilotage, a sanitary landfill located in San Pedro, Laguna, Philippines, is adopting innovative segregation and diversion techniques to recover valuable materials, including recyclable plastics, metal and tin cans, glass bottles, and residual plastic waste, from the waste stream. This waste is then diverted to the appropriate recycling facilities or for co-processing at cement plants. In early April Pilotage resident Dan Miranda visited Republic Cement ’s Teresa plant to further und...

ResourceCo opens Sydney waste-to-fuel plant

13 August 2018, Published under Cement News

A new multi-million dollar waste-to-fuel plant has been opened in Sydney at Wetherhill Park by ResourceCo in a joint venture with Cleanway, an industrial and environmental services company. The new faculity will divert more than 50,000 truckloads of waste from landfill and will reduce the country's dependence on coal and petcoke. Ben Salway, CEO of Sustainable Energy at ResourceCo, said: "It will replace over 100,000t of coal usage per year alone and will take the equivalent of 20,000 ...

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...

EU member states could save EUR9bn by co-processing more waste

08 July 2016, Published under Cement News

Just over half of the waste generated in the EU is recycled, 13 per cent is used for energy recovery, but 35 per cent is still disposed of, mostly in landfills claims a report by Ecofys. Ecofys has clarified the role cement plants across the EU can play and how they can be part of European and national waste management policies. The cement industry co-processes millions of tonnes of waste as alternative fuel and alternative raw materials. Analysis of the report suggests that EU member st...