Entradas de octubre de 2016

Oct 25

Incineration Review 2016. Industrial and Hazardous Wastes

Refractories World Forum regularly reviews refractories development, production and use under ther banner of “Hot Topics” within which the large scale incineration of industrial wastes certainly has to feature. It is not only an application which involves the use of generally higher temperatures than those found in MSW (municipal solid waste) incineration but is also …

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Oct 19

Global aluminium smelters’ production costs on decline

  Production costs for smelters are highly dependent on the global economic environment, which affects oil prices, and the prices of other commodities, including those that create smelters’ input costs. For instance, during the global economic crisis in 2009, production costs for aluminium smelters decreased between 30 and 40% compared to the record high costs …

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Oct 11

European Steel Workers Protest Cheap Chinese Imports

BRUSSELS — Thousands of steel workers marched through Brussels on Monday to demand the European Union maintain its protections against cheap Chinese imports, which industry executives said were destroying jobs and the environment.     Some 5,000 protesters packed the European district of the Belgian capital, where many European Union offices are, and their leaders …

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Oct 07

El pasado 4 de octubre tuvieron lugar en la sede de ANFRE en Madrid la Junta Directiva y las reuniones del Comité Técnico y el Comité de Montadores

El pasado 4 de octubre tuvieron lugar en la sede de ANFRE en Madrid la Junta Directiva y las reuniones del Comité Técnico y el Comité de Montadores. Como en ocasiones anteriores los asociados de ANFRE no nos han decepcionado y han hecho un hueco en sus apretadas agendas para poder asistir a dichas reuniones, …

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Oct 04

EU to Start Surveying Steel Imports to Support Industry

Steel prices have dropped 40% over the past two years as Chinese imports have more than doubled.   BRUSSELS—The European Union said Friday it would start surveying steel imports as part of the bloc’s effort to support its struggling steel sector as it grapples with global overcapacity. The European Commission, the EU’s executive arm, is …

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