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  • Environmental impact of concrete Wikipedia

    The cement industry is one of the main producers of carbon dioxide, a potent greenhouse gas. Concrete causes damage to the most fertile layer of the earth, the topsoil . Concrete is used to create hard surfaces which contribute to surface runoff that may cause soil erosion, water pollution and flooding.

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  • The Environmental Impacts of Concrete GreenSpec

    Cement and global warming • Making cement results in high levels of CO 2 output. • Cement production is the third ranking producer of anthropogenic (man-made) CO 2 in the world after transport and energy generation. • 4 5% of the worldwide total of CO 2 emissions is caused by cement production.

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  • ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS OF CEMENT PRODUCTION

    The main environmental issues associated with cement production are consumption of raw materials and energy use as well as emissions to air. Waste water discharge is usually limited to surface run off and cooling water only and causes no substantial contribution to water pollution.

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  • Concrete: the most destructive material on Earth Cities

    25/02/2019· It also magnifies the extreme weather it shelters us from. Taking in all stages of production, concrete is said to be responsible for 4-8% of the world’s CO2. Among materials, only coal, oil

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  • (PDF) The Environmental Impact of Concrete Production

    Cement processing requires a high level of energy consumption. Despite all the developments made by this industry, environmental and health problems arising from cement production are present all...

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  • (PDF) Impacts of Cement Industry on Environment An

    deterioration of environment by depleting resources and consuming energy or creation of waste (Stajanca and Estokova., 2012). Emissions from Cement manufacturing are one of

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  • Cement production, environmental pollution, and

    19/01/2019· The cement production is an important source of environmental pollution. The USA and China have global responsibility for cement production determined as one of the central sources of carbon dioxide emissions. Moreover, MS-Granger causality results were compared with ones determined by traditional causality method. It was determined that to

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  • Cement Production an overview ScienceDirect Topics

    Environmental impact of cement production is calculated based on the data provided by Ecoinvent (2012). Detailed information on the production process and on all inputs can be taken from Künniger et al. (2001). The functional unit is the production of 1 kg of Portland cement

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  • Environmental impact analysis of blast furnace slag

    01/05/2016· The results showed that global warming potential and acidification potential were the most significant environmental impacts resulted by slag-based cement production, accounting for 58.5% and 21.7% of the total environmental impact, respectively.

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  • (PDF) Impacts of Cement Industry on Environment An

    Cement, a major component of concrete, is also the most widely manmade material for buildings and infrastructure in the world. Its production and consumption is somewhat related to the economic

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  • ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS OF CEMENT PRODUCTION

    For cement, a cradle to grave assessment is especially difficult because cement has so many end uses, and each use has a unique, often complex life-cycle [6]. Therefore inventory analyses and complete LCAs can be quite complicated [1]. This paper presents the review of the main environmental impacts related to the cement production

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  • (PDF) The Environmental Impact of Concrete Production

    cement production depend heavily on fossil fuels and the used raw materials and come up mostl y from the processes of energy production (electricity and refining fuel) (Josa et al., 2007 cited by

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  • Cement production, environmental pollution, and

    19/01/2019· The cement production is an important source of environmental pollution. The USA and China have global responsibility for cement production determined as one of the central sources of carbon dioxide emissions. Moreover, MS-Granger causality results were compared with ones determined by traditional causality method. It was determined that to

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  • Reducing cement’s carbon footprint is critical to climate

    Thanks to improvements in energy-efficiency and tweaks to concrete mixtures, the average carbon dioxide intensity of cement production has decreased by 18% globally over the past 20 years.

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  • Cement has a carbon problem. Here are some concrete

    Making cement green. One of the most straightforward ways of putting a dent in cement’s carbon emissions would be to find cleaner-burning fuels that are capable of heating a cement kiln. Some

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  • Cement Production an overview ScienceDirect Topics

    Environmental impact of cement production is calculated based on the data provided by Ecoinvent (2012). Detailed information on the production process and on all inputs can be taken from Künniger et al. (2001). The functional unit is the production of 1 kg of Portland cement

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  • Environmental impact analysis of blast furnace slag

    01/05/2016· The cement production process accounted for 89.7% of ADP, mainly due to clay and limestone consumption. The single-indicator was calculated by equal-weighting factors. The impact of the cement production and energy generation processes accounted for 66.6% and 29.6% of the total environmental impact, respectively. Meanwhile, the contributions of

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  • Climate change: The massive CO2 emitter you may not

    It is these unrivalled attributes of concrete that have helped boost global cement production since the 1950s, with Asia and China accounting for the bulk of growth from the 1990s onwards.

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  • Cement Production : Gasmet

    The cement industry is actively seeking to increase the use of alternative fuels for cement production. Both to decrease energy dependence on conventional fossil fuels and to mitigate negative environmental impact. One of these alternatives is waste-to-energy. Many cement plants generate energy through incineration of waste. Hazardous waste can

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