The Mikhailovcement enterprise attempts to mitigate its environmental impact
Published by Emily Thomas,
The Mikhailovcement enterprise (part of the EUROCEMENT group holding) has carried out systematic work to minimise its environmental impact. Independent experts and representatives of Rosprirodnadzor confirmed strict compliance with environmental legislation.
The management of Mikhailovcement, in collaboration with environmental authorities, pays great attention to environmental issues and environmental protection. The result of this work was confirmation of the compliance of the environmental safety level of the enterprise with all requirements of environmental legislation. The inspection of Rosprirodnadzor that passed in the spring of 2020 analysed the atmospheric air and did not reveal any violations.
Also, in accordance with the production control schedule, an independent accredited laboratory of Ecology LLC made instrumental measurements at the Mikhailovcement enterprise. The research protocols confirm strict compliance with the standards for maximum permissible emissions established for the enterprise.
“Ensuring environmental safety is part of the sustainable development of the enterprise. We systematically carry out scheduled repairs, modernisation and updating of aspiration and dust removal systems at the factory. Technological lines are equipped with modern bag and electric filters. In recent years, investments in these projects have exceeded 70 million rubles,” said Sergey Siromolot, Director General of the enterprise.
During a recent planned winter repair campaign, work was carried out with a bag filter of a cement mill, electrostatic precipitators of three rotary kilns, corona and precipitation electrodes, other mechanisms and units of electrostatic precipitators, ensuring their reliable and efficient operation.
Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/europe-cis/11062020/the-mikhailovcement-enterprise-attempts-to-mitigate-its-environmental-impact/
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