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LoA from Romania (1657 KB)
Verification Report 2008 (752 KB)
Verification Report 2009, 2010 (843 KB)
Verification Report 2011, 2012 (1604 KB)
Project related text:
“Upgrading of the Alesd and Campulung Cement Plants, Romania” is an energy efficiency projects portfolio, through which the specific heat consumption and the specific electricity consumption per tone of product will be reduced. Furthermore, the Project will have as result the decreasing of the clinker content per tonne of cement, though increased usage of mineral components (including new ones).
The project was lunched by Holcim (Romania) in 2000 and accepted by SenterNovem (as the Dutch Govern representative) and by Romanian Government in 2002.
The benefits of the Project are presented below:
• direct greenhouse gases (GHG) emissions reduction (CO2) through less fuels consumption per tone of clincher produced (the intermediate product in cement manufacturing process)
• indirect GHG emissions reduction through less electricity consumption per tone of cement produced
• developing of new cement types for Romanian market, with increased content of mineral components
• reduction of the environmental impact, by fly ash material recovery (previously landfilled) as mineral component for cement production