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New alternative fuel for Lafarge Canada BC cement plant

2014-8-8  Lafarge Canada Inc and Van Houtte Coffee Services Inc are teaming up to replace a portion of Lafarge's fossil fuels energy at the Kamloops, British Columbia (BC)

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Cement maker Lafarge expands alternative fuel use in

2021-8-14  Lafarge Canada officially launched a new and improved lower carbon fuel (LCF) system at its Richmond cement plant on Thursday, a move that company executives say

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Global CemFuels alternative fuels for cement and lime

2021-7-2  Alternative fuels for the cement and lime industries include refuse-derived fuel (RDF), municipal solid waste (MSW), chipped tyres and whole tyres, biomass, sawdust and

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Lower Carbon Fuels Projects receives $10 Lafarge Exshaw

Lafarge estimates needing 150,000 tonnes of alternative fuels each year. This is expected to reduce waste to landfill and create up to 100 jobs at a waste

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Lafarge Tarmac to use alternative fuels at Cookstown

2015-3-12  UK: Environment minister Mark H Durkan and Devendra Mody, industrial director at Lafarge Tarmac, have signed an agreement allowing the use of waste-derived fuels

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Lafarge Zementwerke appoints A TEC for Mannersdorf

2020-11-24  Austria: Loesche subsidiary A TEC has won a contract for the supply and installation of a Flash Dryer for alternative fuels (AFs) in the kiln line of Lafarge

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Lafarge Cement Magyarország plant invests in alternative

2015-1-2  Hungary: Lafarge Cement Magyarország has opened a storage facility for waste that will be used to help fuel its plant in Királyegyháza, southwestern Hungary. The

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Project CO2MENT Lafarge Canada

2021-9-8  December 2019: Lafarge Canada Gets Closer to Canada’s Most Carbon Efficient Cement Plant. Following the implementation of Project CO2MENT, Lafarge Canada has

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Cut fuel costs with waste to energy solutions FLSmidth

Introducing alternative fuels has an impact across the plant. The materials can have totally different characteristics from fossil fuels. They can be sticky

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Lafarge Mannersdorf An early adopter of alternative fuels

2014-1-23  The Lafarge Mannersdorf cement plant in Mannersdorf, Austria, is one of two Lafarge facilities in the central European country. In this plant visit report, plant manager Dr Joseph Kitzweger provides a detailed run-down of the plant's history, production process, use of alternative fuels, environmental performance, products and distribution.

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New alternative fuel for Lafarge Canada BC cement plant

2014-8-8  Lafarge Canada Inc and Van Houtte Coffee Services Inc are teaming up to replace a portion of Lafarge's fossil fuels energy at the Kamloops, British Columbia (BC) cement plant with used K-Cup® packs. Some 70,000lbs per annum of used K-Cup® packs will have a second life as an alternative fuel

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Lower Carbon Fuels Projects receives $10 Lafarge Exshaw

Lafarge estimates needing 150,000 tonnes of alternative fuels each year. This is expected to reduce waste to landfill and create up to 100 jobs at a waste processing facility in Calgary. An application to use Low Carbon Fuels was submitted to Alberta Environment and Parks (AEP) on February 8, 2018. There is not timeline for that decision.

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Cement maker Lafarge expands alternative fuel use in

2021-8-14  Lafarge Canada officially launched a new and improved lower carbon fuel (LCF) system at its Richmond cement plant on Thursday, a move that company executives say makes the

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Lafarge Tarmac to use alternative fuels at Cookstown

2015-3-12  UK: Environment minister Mark H Durkan and Devendra Mody, industrial director at Lafarge Tarmac, have signed an agreement allowing the use of waste-derived fuels (WDF) at Lafarge Tarmac's cement plant in Cookstown, Northern Ireland. The plant, which employs 86 people, currently uses coal for approximately 95% of its fuel. The agreement will see Lafarge

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Lafarge Opens New Alternate Solid Fuels InfraStructures

2011-12-18  Lafarge Opens New Alternate Solid Fuels Facility at Sugar Creek Cement Plant . Lafarge has officially opened a new state-of-the-art alternate solid fuels facility in Sugar Creek, Missouri. At a recent dedication event cosponsored by the local chapter of the U.S. Green Building Council and the Environmental Excellence Business Network

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Lafarge gives K-Cup packs a second life as alternative

2014-8-6  Lafarge gives K-Cup packs a second life as alternative fuel at cement plant. August 06, 2014. Lafarge Canada Inc. and Van Houtte Coffee Services Inc. have partnered to reduce the environmental footprint of both organizations by replacing a portion of Lafarge's fossil fuel energy at the Kamloops, British Columbia Cement Plant with used K-Cup packs.

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HOME Lafarge Ravena

The Lafarge Ravena cement plant has been a member of the Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk (RCS) community for more than 60 years as a business leader, and has supported projects locally and across the Northeast since 1962. The plant’s parent company, LafargeHolcim, prioritizes innovation and is committed to making the world it builds greener

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Cut fuel costs with waste to energy solutions FLSmidth

Introducing alternative fuels has an impact across the plant. The materials can have totally different characteristics from fossil fuels. They can be sticky, fluffy, moist, and fluctuating in size and quality or you may need to switch between different types of fuel

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Richmond aims to be the most carbon efficient cement

2019-5-23  Richmond, B.C. Lafarge Canada Inc.’s Richmond Cement Plant has launched a new and improved lower carbon fuel (LCF) system to reduce greenhouse gas emissions associated with the production of cement. The initiative aims to make the facility the most carbon efficient cement plant in

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New alternative fuel for Lafarge Canada BC cement plant

2014-8-8  Lafarge Canada Inc and Van Houtte Coffee Services Inc are teaming up to replace a portion of Lafarge's fossil fuels energy at the Kamloops, British Columbia (BC) cement plant with used K-Cup® packs. Some 70,000lbs per annum of used K-Cup® packs will have a second life as an alternative fuel

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Cement maker Lafarge expands alternative fuel use in

2021-8-14  Lafarge Canada officially launched a new and improved lower carbon fuel (LCF) system at its Richmond cement plant on Thursday, a move that company executives say makes the

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Offsetters » Project Services

Lafarge Cement Plant Carbon offset funds enabled the cement producer to reduce the amount of coal used in the process of creating cement. Traditionally substantial users of coal, Lafarge is able to reduce the amount they burn by replacing a portion of this fossil fuel with biomass and other materials from construction waste.

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Lafarge gives K-Cup packs a second life as alternative

2014-8-6  Lafarge gives K-Cup packs a second life as alternative fuel at cement plant. August 06, 2014. Lafarge Canada Inc. and Van Houtte Coffee Services Inc. have partnered to reduce the environmental footprint of both organizations by replacing a portion of Lafarge's fossil fuel energy at the Kamloops, British Columbia Cement Plant with used K-Cup packs.

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Flash Dryer for Alternative Fuels and New Alternative Fuel

2 天前  01.05.2021 A TEC has been awarded with a mechanical turn key scope to install a Flash Dryer for alternative fuels and new Alternative fuel system for the kiln burner at Királyegyháza Cement Plant, near Pecs, in Hungary (LAFARGE Cement Hungary Ltd.).

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Lafarge Opens New Alternate Solid Fuels InfraStructures

2011-12-18  Lafarge Opens New Alternate Solid Fuels Facility at Sugar Creek Cement Plant . Lafarge has officially opened a new state-of-the-art alternate solid fuels facility in Sugar Creek, Missouri. At a recent dedication event cosponsored by the local chapter of the U.S. Green Building Council and the Environmental Excellence Business Network

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Project CO2MENT Lafarge Canada

2021-9-8  Project CO2MENT. About: CCUS demonstration project now in its second phase at Lafarge's Richmond cement plant.Flue gas from the plant’s manufacturing facility is now captured through Svante’s equipment reducing the amount of gases released into the atmosphere.

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Impact of Alternative Fuels on the Cement Manufacturing

2013-1-1  Materials like waste oils, plastics, waste tires and sewage sludge are often proposed as alternative fuels for the cement industry. Meat and bone meal are also considered now as alternative fuel [5]. Biomass waste and spent pot linings produced in aluminum smelters [6] are recently identified as potential alternative fuels for cement industry.

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Lafarge plant Wössingen: optimally Cement Lime

Limited usage rates for alternative fuels and little scope for improving quality had led to the decision to proceed with a partial conversion. This was reason enough to talk to Lutz Weber, plant manager of Lafarge Zement Wössingen GmbH, on site about operational results after a year in production and to summarize the project.

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Lafarge’s Richmond, B.C. plant hits major CO2 capture

2021-7-30  Grant Cameron July 30, 2021. LAFARGE CANADA — Photo of Lafarge Canada cement plant in Richmond, B.C. Despite the challenges caused by COVID-19, a first-of-its-kind pilot project to capture industrial levels of CO2emissions from the Lafarge Canada cement plant in Richmond, B.C., has reached a major milestone. The transformative project, called

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