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Co-Processing Magazine 01/2024

After a year-long break, we’re thrilled to present the highly anticipated first edition of our Co-processing Magazine for 2024.

Co-Processing Magazine 03/2022

As the year 2022 is drawing to an end, a lot is happening in the cement, concrete, and alternative fuels industry with much conversation about the use of alternative fuels in cement production and particularly how to decarbonize the cement and concrete industry.

Co-Processing Magazine 02/2022

The first half of the year was characterized by different events ranging from an increase in the prices of food items, coal, and natural gas joint with global rising security issues, recession, and climate crisis.

Co-Processing Magazine 01/2022

The first quarter of 2022 was dominated by an increase in the price of fossil fuels, especially in Europe as a result of the ongoing war between Russia and Ukraine which shows the importance of the use of alternative fuels in the industry.

Co-Processing Magazine 02/2021

We bring you this year the awaited second edition of our Co-Processing Magazine. We are pleased to report from selected topics, for instance the strategies to minimize the fire hazards in RDF production facilities.

Co-Processing Magazine 01/2021

This year’s first edition of the Co-Processing Magazine comes to you with, amongst others, a report on the co-incineration of wind turbine blades, insights into global plastic waste arisings, and an overview of the first installation of a ThyssenKrupp prepol® SC-S at a riser duct kiln at Cementos Artigas in Minas, Uruguay.

Co-Processing Magazine 04/2020

Edition 4/20 of the Co-Processing Magazine comes to you with, amongst others, a report on the first RDF plant which has recently been installed in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, insights into which success factors drive sustainability projects, and an overview of greenhouse gasses – since there is more to the story than just CO2.

Co-Processing Magazine 03/2020

Whether or not alternative fuel use will lead to a sustainable outcome greatly depends on the kinds and sources of fuels used. Therefore, in 03/20 of the Co-Processing Magazine, Dirk Lechtenberg provides insight into possible downsides of using biomass as alternative fuel.

Co-Processing Magazine 02/2020

MVW Lechtenberg is taking the next step to push forward alternative fuels use. In cooperation with Nehlsen AG, one of the five biggest German waste management companies, we are proud to announce the first “Blue River Recycling” plant for the production of high-caloric alternative fuel pellets.

Co-Processing Magazine 01/2020

The first quarter of 2020 has mainly been shaped by the outbreak of Covid-19. While this is a challenging period in every aspect of our lives, it is also a chance to stand together. Fear and panic do not serve any purpose. Our common goal remains to “flatten the curve”.