JAMCEM Consulting has recently entered into two partnership agreements. Firstly, the company has developed a new working partnership with Waste4Fuel, a UK-based alternative fuels supplier. This partnership will allow JAMCEM to continue to work with cement manufacturers with the design and implementation of alternative fuels programmes, with Waste4Fuel working to supply the fuels within Europe. Waste4Fuel is highly experienced in the supply of alternative fuels and has dockside facilities in Kent, UK. This allows the direct supply of materials, such as sorted and shredded RDF, to ship for export to European locations.
The firm has also signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Saudi Arabia-based GAP-Tech, a highly successful consultancy business with a background in the petrochemicals sector and with major successes in the implementation of heat recovery projects. The companies will work together using their combined knowledge of process optimisation, energy efficiency and energy recovery to assist the cement industry in both the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the GCC region.
Adapted from press release by Louise Fordham
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