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EUROCEMENT Group factory receives industrial cleaning equipment

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New vacuum units have been installed at the Voronezh branch of EUROCEMENT group and Peterburgcement. In the Leningrad Region, employees of the plant’s industrial cleaning sites took part in a three day professional development course.

The vacuum installations were provided by Italian company Sibilia. They allow for the more efficient cleaning of the plant and interior workshops, contributing to improving both the production environment and working conditions. The technology is reliable, easy to operate, and easy to install on road transport. All people responsible for the cleaning equipment will be trained.

Sibilia held an intensive educational course and a round table discussion for the EUROCEMENT Group specialists. The programme addressed the theory and practice of the adjustment, operations, and maintenance of vacuum equipment.

“The cleanliness of production lines extends equipment life and reduces maintenance costs,” said Yaroslav Stupa. “This is another step towards improving the production culture, reducing the impact on the environment, and moving towards a circular, waste-free economy that fully corresponds with the trends of the global cement industry.”

Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/europe-cis/11012019/eurocement-group-factory-receives-industrial-cleaning-equipment/

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