Promoting Waste Utilization by Cement Industry in Vietnam

Vietnam2015.02.19

Many of you might be learnt that 480kg of industrial wastes has been being utilized as substitute for raw material and fuel to produce 1 ton of cement clinker in Japan <see figure>.
In 2012, 28 million tons out of total 400 million tons of industrial wastes generated in Japan were accepted and consumed as alternative raw material or fuel in Japanese cement plants. We, AMITA CORPORATION, have a long history in recycling industrial wastes, especially in converting them into alternative raw material and fuel, in order to make them easy to use in the cement plants and provide consistency in terms of delivery quantity, composition and attribute to users.
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Ref. Japan Cement Association

AMITA's visit to Deputy Minister of Ministry of Construction Vietnam

Vietnam National Cement Association_PHOTO_.jpgAMITA CORPORATION is now conducting a market survey under JCM program to accelerate 3R, minimize GHG and contribute to Green Growth Strategy of Vietnam. On 17th October 2014, we obtained a certain honor opportunity to visit Deputy Minister of Ministry of Construction Vietnam <picture>. It was a great moment to introduce AMITA CORPORATION and promote co-processing to Deputy Minister.(Photograph provided courtesy of Vietnam National Cement Association)

Especially, he showed very strong interest in AMITA's function, which is an intermediate processing function in co-processing between waste generators and users. We were encouraged and expected by Deputy Minister to transfer our experiences and know-how into Vietnam and contribute to local companies and government strategy, Green Growth Strategy. This opportunity also brought our conviction to successfully conduct the project with strong support from Ministry of Construction Vietnam and Vietnamese National Cement Association.


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This Article was written by Aya Watanabe,
Overseas Business Group, AMITA CORPORATION

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