The validation accounts for CEMEX’s short-term 2030 targets, previously validated by the SBTi for alignment with their 1.5°C scenario, and long-term targets along its entire value chain.
Cement news updates
David Perkins, Lehigh Hanson, provides a case study exploring the processes behind the construction of a modern cement plant in Mitchell, Indiana.
When comparing imported conveyor belts with those manufactured by major European brands the price discrepancy is large, yet conveyor specialist Leslie David explains why this may be justified when considering the ‘whole life’ cost.
CEMEX Dominicana and Nestlé Dominicana have signed a sustainability agreement where both companies reaffirm their commitment to lead their respective industries in climate action.
Dongwu Cement have announced the resignation of their Chief Investment Officer, and non-executive Director, Mr. Chen Xuanlin.
AUMUND Group gives the story behind how an inventor and engineer’s office became an international conveying and storage technology brand, supplying cement producers world-wide.
The new target, approved by the SBTi, represents a reduction of 24.8% compared to the base year 2018 and is in line with the Paris Agreement on climate change.
The two companies are working together to commercialise a ground-breaking mineralization process that permanently sequesters carbon emissions captured from emissions-heavy industries in aggregate form.
Dr. Jose Casaban, MOF Technologies, presents a new system for carbon capture and explains why it represents a step-change for the production of low-carbon cement.
ABB has released an independent report which highlights 10 actions to help industrial users improve their energy efficiency, and reduce emissions right now.
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SigmaRoc plc is pleased to announce that it will install its first carbon capture facility in 1Q23.
Citing the threat to the economy, President Yoon Suk Yeol warned that violators of the order will face legal action.
Ecocem, a leader in low carbon cement technologies, has announced a major step forward in enabling the global cement industry to decarbonise on a trajectory compliant with the Paris Agreement to limit global warming to 1.5°C.
Heather Harding, Bricking Solutions, reviews a range of products that cement manufacturers can use to bolster worker safety and efficiency during refractory installations.
Matteo Pernechele & Murielle Goubard, Malvern Panalytical, explain the pivotal role X-ray diffraction technology has to play in making green cement a reality.
The leading vertically-integrated construction materials group in Great Britain and Ireland, reports on its performance for the 10 months to 31 October 2022.
There has never been a more exciting time for carbon capture, yet EU policies need to provide a predicable regulatory framework and allow for a strong business case, writes Koen Coppenholle, CEO of CEMBUREAU.
One million cubic metres has been used in Colombia since the product's launch two years ago, avoiding the emission of approximately 178 000 t of CO2.
Intercem discusses a new clinker and raw material receiving hopper and reveals how it has transformed the materials handling capabilities of one Ivorian port operator.
The programme from Martin Engineering provides customers with accurately sized and professionally installed replacement blades that are matched to their specific application.
Ecocem has announced the appointment of Christian Clergue, a sustainable concrete and cement expert, as European Standards Manager.
The team proved that enforced carbonation of recycled concrete paste (RCP) within the plant’s existing wet scrubber allows for a high CO2 uptake within less than 30 minutes, preventing emissions entering the atmosphere.
CEMEX is continuing its efforts to lead the transition to a net zero construction industry by implementing several new CCUS projects throughout its global cement operations.
Steve Duncan, C&W DustTech, explains how effective dust collection can improve bottom-line performance, worker safety, and local air quality.