• CII Waste Material Exchange

    Co-processing

    Co-processing in Cement plants can reduce overall Carbon emissions and support India in moving towards a low Carbon Economy.

  • CII Waste Material Exchange

    Hazardous

    Hazardous waste and Co-processing : Study estimates that nearly 74.6 lakh tonnes of hazardous waste is generated annually in India and 65 Cement Plants are co-processing hazardous waste in the country with authorized capacity of ~ 7.22 Million MT.

  • CII Waste Material Exchange

    Cement plants

    Few Cement plants have successfully co-processed waste from industries like Tyre, Bio mass, RDF from MSW, Hazardous, Plastic, Agro and Pharma

  • CII Waste Material Exchange

    Co-processing

    Co-processing will help to meet the future fuel demand of the Indian cement industry, which is expected to reach production of 550-600 Million Tonnes Per Annum (MTPA) by 2025

  • CII Waste Material Exchange

    MSW and E waste

    MSW Generation in India is estimated to be 62 million tonnes per annum and plastic waste is one of the major components of MSW.

Partners

European Union’s Resource Efficiency Initiative (EU-REI) aims to support India in the implementation of the United Nations global Sustainable Consumption and Production (SCP) agenda by way of adapting international standards and best practices in business on resource efficiency and fostering the efficient and sustainable use of natural resources.

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