Global CemFuels your online portal for alternative fuels for cement and lime
India: Cement companies that operate in East Jaintia Hills District, Meghalaya State face a precario...
US: The Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) has granted approval for Lafarge North Am...
Egypt: Egyptian minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources Sherif Ismail has signed six new oil and...
Germany: N+P has announced that it will expand its cooperation for the delivery of high quality Subc...
US: Regulators have scheduled a public hearing about Holcim's request to change the way it burns liq...
National Green Tribunal ban cuts off coal supplies in East Jaintia Hills22 January 2015
Lafarge to use waste plastic and asphalt shingles at its cement plants in Michigan19 January 2015
Egypt signs six new oil and gas exploration deals14 January 2015
N+P announces further co-operation with Dyckerhoff09 January 2015
Holcim plant seeks change in alternative fuel use05 January 2015
9th Global CemFuels Conference & Exhibition 2015
The 9th Global CemFuels Conference & Exhibition on alternative fuels and conventional fuels for cement and lime will take place on 16 - 17 February 2015 in Dubai.
Review of the 8th Global CemFuels Conference & Exhibition on alternative fuels for cement and lime 2014
The 8th Global CemFuels Conference and Exhibition has successfully taken place in Vienna, Austria, with around 190 delegates from more than 30 countries and a large and bustling exhibition area. The 9th Global CemFuels conference on alternative fuels for the cement and lime industries will take place in 2015 in Dubai.
Video of the 8th Global CemFuels Conference 2014
Plant visit: Lafarge Mannersdorf - An early adopter of alternative fuels
The 8th Global CemFuels Conference & Exhibition will be visiting the Lafarge Mannersdorf cement plant for its field trip. Read about the plant in the February 2014 issue of Global Cement Magazine.
Global CemFuels provides information on alternative fuels for the global cement and lime industry. 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 many other wastes and co-products that can be used as fuels in the cement and lime industries.
The Global CemFuels Conference is well known as the best information exchange forum for alternative fuels usage in the cement and lime industries. Delegates benefit from presentations on state-of-the-art technology, interaction with industry experts, world-class networking opportunities and vital exhibition opportunities. Global CemFuels is also covered as a regular feature section in Global Cement Magazine.