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May 2010

WORLD CEMENT’s Special Environmental Issue includes articles on filtration, mercury monitoring, gas analysis, alternative fuels and alternative raw materials, blended cements, quarry restoration and environmental upgrades. In addition, we have asked some of the industry’s finest minds for their perspectives on carbon dioxide reduction and the impact of the proposed NESHAP regulation for Portland cement. This is definitely a must-read issue. Don’t miss out – subscribe today!


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Contents

Mongolian Cement Market
Jess Lampe, Central Asian Cement LLC, Mongolia.

Core Equipment for Kazakhstan
Palle Grydgaard and Richard Eimert, FLSmidth, Denmark.

Moving Forward with Modern Machinery
Dr Heinz-Ulrich Schäfer, Christian Pfeiffer Maschinenfabrik GmbH, Germany.

Success and High Standards
Jean-François Bonhomme, Project Manager, Fives FCB, France.

Environmental Revamp
Juan Carlos Rincon, General Manager of Libyan Cement Company Inc., part of the ASAMER Group.

As Easy As CFD
Jens Lange, Kristina Knop and Astrid Kögel, Intensiv-Filter GmbH & Co. KG, Germany.

Beating Emissions Limits
Henrik Vittrup Pedersen, FLSmidth’s Global Fabric Filter Manager.

Finding the Right Filter
Andy Winston and Bryan Yetter, GE Energy Services, Filtration Technologies, USA.

Round or Rectangular?
Felix Hartmann, Christian Collot, and Marc Lambert, ENATEC GmbH, Germany.

Dealing with Dust
Gus Bishop, Dantherm Filtration Ltd, UK.

Continuous Mercury Monitoring
Ilari Patrakka and Timo Rajamäki, Gasmet Technologies Oy, Finland.

Rising to the Challenge
Ravi Narayan, VP Business Development, Cemtrex Inc., USA.

Combustion Control and Process Optimisation
Manfred Stromberg and Michael Markus, SICK MAIHAK GmbH, Germany.

Quarries: An Ideal Place to Promote Biodiversity
HeidelbergCement, Germany.

Building Sustainability with Low-Carbon GGBS
EnGro Corporation Limited, Singapore.

Concrete’s Green Future
Whitemud Resources Inc., Canada.

Synthetic Gypsum from Waste
Edgar A. Martínez Londoño, and Juan Guillermo Morales, Cementos Argos S.A. and Dr. Jorge Iván Tobón, Universidad Nacional de Colombia Sede Medellín.

Getting the Best from a Byproduct
Vlad Popovici, Bredero Shaw, Canada.

Cutting Down on Carbon
Wolfgang Wetzer and Clemens Plöchl, Energy Changes Projektentwicklung GmbH, Austria, and Günter Woltron, Wopfinger Building Materials Group, Austria.

Pakistan: Alternative Fuels and the Cement Industry
Atif Munir, Cement Pakistan Company, Pakistan.

Responses to the Proposed Portland Cement NESHAP Rule
Dr Bernard L. Weinstein, Associate Director of Southern Methodist University’s Maguire Energy Institute, USA, and Richard Stehly, President of the American Concrete Institute.

Q&A: Reducing CO2
With input from CEMBUREAU, Holcim, HeidelbergCement, Cemex, VDZ and Clausthal University.

The Importance of Process and Quality Control
Dr Kai Behrens, Arkady Buman, Dr Soodabeh Durali-Müller and Dr Dominique Porta, Bruker AXS, Germany.


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