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Waste disposal (cement recycling)

Recycled items

Soil waste from construction, contaminated soil, sludge, slag, particulate matter, combustion residue, glass and ceramic waste, concrete waste, waste plastics, wood chips, waste oil, waste acids, waste alkalines, etc.

Mitsubishi Materials Kyushu Plant

Mitsubishi Materials Kyushu Plant

Waste plastic

Waste plastic

Wood chips

Wood chips

Waste acids and waste alkalines

Waste acids and waste alkalines

Soil waste and sludge from construction

Soil waste and sludge from construction

Sludge and other waste

Sludge and other waste

Incinerator ash

Incinerator ash

Features

We process and use various kinds of industrial waste as substitutes for cement feedstock and substitutes for thermal energy at Mitsubishi Materials cement plants. We treat industrial waste in a way so as not to produce secondary waste. In this way, we help circulate resources.

FAQ

What kinds of waste can you process at cement plants?
There are two kinds of waste: industrial waste and domestic waste. We focus on processing industrial waste at cement plants. We process domestic waste as well at some plants.
Please talk to us about the specific types of waste we can process, as permission is required from each plant.
Why can you process waste at cement plants?
After analyzing the components of waste, waste can be effectively used as a substitute for cement feedstock or a substitute for thermal energy. We can also detoxify waste by discomposing organic matter and offensive smells through high-temperature calcination processes.
What are the advantages of processing waste at a cement plant?
The biggest advantage is that secondary waste is not produced. All waste we accept is recycled.
Furthermore, large amounts of many kinds of waste can be recycled, and because recycling reduces the amount of natural resources needed, it helps circulate resources and preserve the environment.
Do you also collect and transport waste?
We can give proposals for waste collection and transport based on several conditions, such as the location and state of the waste. Please contact us for more information.
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