ICR October 2020 Issue
In its October issue, ICR visits Germany to explore a cement industry which continues to make advances in emissions reduction and alternative fuel substitution rates. Special distribution at PetroCem Conference, 18-20 October 2020 St Petersburg, Russia.
Chip Mong INSEE Cement details its sustainability goals for 2022, including plans for a 10 per cent cut in CO2 emissions. Elsewhere, India’s JK Cement evaluates the usage and properties of its blended cements, while ICR also has the inside track on Bharathi Cement’s sustainability initiatives.
West Africa’s fast-track expansion
West Africa’s cement production base comes to the fore, as Limak Cement opens its doors on the cement market in Côte d’Ivorie, where it has constructed a 1Mta grinding plant in Abidjan.
The region is also home to Dangote and ICR will have a special corporate profile of this fast-emerging giant of the African cement sector.
Plant reports will include a start-of-the-art project by Sinoma Overseas for Nova Cimangola’s new 5000tpd kiln line in Angola and the latest vertical roller mill project in Togo for CimMetal.
Grinding and alternative fuel masterclasses
In addition, VDZ reports on particle size distribution with high pressure grinding mills and there is a special look at the alternative fuel system in place at w&p Zement’s Wietersdorf plant in Austria.
Technical themes include:
RDF & SRF
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