Global CemFuels your online portal for alternative fuels for cement and lime
Nigeria: Lafarge Africa has reported a record alternative fuels substitution rate of up to 46% at it...
Spain: Cementos Cosmos has stopped exports from its Niebla cement plant due to an increase in the pr...
Germany: Thomas Strobl, the Deputy Minister-President of Baden-Württemberg, has opened Alba Nor...
Ireland: An Bord Pleanála (ABP), a government planning body, will decide by 8 August 2017 on ...
UK: The Environmental Services Association has called for the UK planning system to be more closely ...
Lafarge Africa reports substitution rate of 46% at Ewekoro cement plant28 April 2017
Cementos Cosmos stops exports from Niebla plant due to fuel costs21 April 2017
ALBA Nordbaden opens refuse-derived fuel plant in Karlsruhe20 April 2017
Planning body to decide by August 2017 on future of Irish Cement’s Limerick upgrade18 April 2017
UK waste body calls for looser regulation for waste industry13 April 2017
12th Global CemFuels Conference & Exhibition 2018
The 12th Global CemFuels Conference and Exhibition will take place on 20 - 21 February 2018 in Berlin, Germany.
Review of the 11th Global CemFuels Conference & Exhibition on alternative fuels for cement and lime 2017
The 11th Global CemFuels Conference & Exhibition has successfully taken place in Barcelona, with 185 delegates from 37 countries attending.
Video of the 10th Global CemFuels Conference 2016
|Date||Name of Event||Venue|
|18 - 19 May 2017||12th Global Slag Conference & Exhibition||Düsseldorf, Germany|
|6 - 7 June 2017||1st Global CemTrans Conference & Exhibition||Antwerp, Belgium|
|20 - 21 February 2018||12th Global CemFuels Conference & Exhibition||Berlin, Germany|
Plant visit: Lafarge Mannersdorf - An early adopter of alternative fuels
The 8th Global CemFuels Conference & Exhibition visited 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.