The green polysius® cement plant
thyssenkrupp transforms cement production that goes from #grey2green
Climate change, urbanization and globalization are key challenges of our time. Greener and more sustainable cement production can be part of the solution.
With our vision of the green polysius® cement plant we turn conventional into greener and sustainable cement plants. We have the technology. You have the choice. Green polysius® cement plants emit fewer emissions, consume less energy, save resources, use different components in binders and put digital technologies and data to use. Jointly, we can shape the future of our world and contribute to sustainable development. We support where we can do it best: from cement plant construction to delivering single machines.
“We have the technology to be more
sustainable in cement production.”
Already today, we can prove that we are serious about our vision as well as your future economic prospects. The green polysius® cement plant consists of independent solutions that are easy-to-implement and seamlessly fit in any plant. We gradually introduce new solutions allowing you to improve your plants’ environmental impact step by step.
While the demand for cement will rise, stemming from urbanization and growth developments, you will benefit from increased cost efficiency and output levels, reduced energy consumption, fewer NOx and CO2 emission and compliance with strict local regulations for years to come. By setting new standards in the industry and driving sustainability in terms of the economy, environment and society, you gain a competitive advantage.
Our vision. Your decision.
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How cement impacts our society
The cement industry accounts for 7% of the world’s total carbon
Fossil fuels can
be substituted with alternative fuels by
With activated clay the clinker factor can be
reduced down to 50%
Global cement production
is forecasted to increase
to 4.83 billion metric
tons in 2030
China has a
50-60% share of global
Concrete is the
2nd most widely