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The World Cement Association (WCA) announced today that it is welcoming one of the world’s leading alternative fuels consulting firms, MVW Lechtenberg & Partners (MVW), as an Associate Corporate Member.
MVW focuses on processing domestic and other waste to separate recyclables and processing the non-recyclable wastes into alternative fuels for the cement and lime industry, enabling them to reduce their carbon footprint.
With more than 30 years of experience, MVW Lechtenberg & Partners’ customers include leading players in the cement, lime, steel industry as well as waste management companies and governments on all continents.
MVW is committed to contribute to a low carbon economy, through innovation and more effective use of alternative fuels and raw materials which reduces consumption of fossil fuels in the industry.
“We are delighted to announce that MVW Lechtenberg & Partners will join our growing membership network. They continue to lead the way in AFR technology and application, enabling firms to significantly reduce CO2 emissions. MVW brings a clear global perspective to the challenges that cement producers face in increasing AFR usage.” said Ian Riley, CEO of the World Cement Association.
“I am thrilled to join the WCA’s worldwide network and work together to increase the sustainability of the cement industry while also reducing costs. I am looking forward to discussing the role of alternative fuels in a circular economy at the World Cement Association’s annual conference in Dubai later this month,” said Dirk Lechtenberg, Director of MVW Lechtenberg & Partner.
Tickets for the WCA’s annual conference in Dubai include a welcome reception, conference sessions, refreshments, lunch, access to the exhibition and Gala Dinner with entertainment.