Vedanta Aluminium to work with cement and construction industry
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Vedanta Aluminium to work with cement and construction industry

The Vedanta Aluminium Business will work with the cement, construction, and infrastructure industries to make the most of its by-products, such as fly-ash and bauxite-residue.

The company also sought interest from cement manufacturers for setting up integrated cement plants or cement clinker grinding or blending or processing units adjacent to its plants in Odisha and Chhattisgarh during a national webinar with global experts and the cement industry participants. Because aluminium is a continuous process industry, cement manufacturers will benefit from proximity to the company's operations, which will provide a steady supply of high-quality fly-ash and bauxite-residue, lower logistics costs, and provide access to emerging construction markets in eastern and central India.

Nearly 200 executives from the cement, construction, and infrastructure industries attended Vedanta Aluminium's webinar. Ulhas Parlikar, global consultant, waste management, circular economy, policy advocacy, AFR & co-processing; Prof Dr Virendra Kumar Paul, head, department of building engineering and management, School of Planning and Architecture, New Delhi; and Dr Amit Chatterjee, director, R&D, Vedanta's aluminium business shared their perspectives.

In line with its commitment to fostering a circular economy, Vedanta Aluminium has aided in the utilisation of over 3 million tonnes of fly ash and 26,000 tonnes of bauxite residue in the cement, bricks, and infrastructure industries in the current fiscal year alone.

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Also read: Power plants facing alarming coal shortage: Aluminium players

The Vedanta Aluminium Business will work with the cement, construction, and infrastructure industries to make the most of its by-products, such as fly-ash and bauxite-residue. The company also sought interest from cement manufacturers for setting up integrated cement plants or cement clinker grinding or blending or processing units adjacent to its plants in Odisha and Chhattisgarh during a national webinar with global experts and the cement industry participants. Because aluminium is a continuous process industry, cement manufacturers will benefit from proximity to the company's operations, which will provide a steady supply of high-quality fly-ash and bauxite-residue, lower logistics costs, and provide access to emerging construction markets in eastern and central India. Nearly 200 executives from the cement, construction, and infrastructure industries attended Vedanta Aluminium's webinar. Ulhas Parlikar, global consultant, waste management, circular economy, policy advocacy, AFR & co-processing; Prof Dr Virendra Kumar Paul, head, department of building engineering and management, School of Planning and Architecture, New Delhi; and Dr Amit Chatterjee, director, R&D, Vedanta's aluminium business shared their perspectives. In line with its commitment to fostering a circular economy, Vedanta Aluminium has aided in the utilisation of over 3 million tonnes of fly ash and 26,000 tonnes of bauxite residue in the cement, bricks, and infrastructure industries in the current fiscal year alone. Image Source Also read: Power plants facing alarming coal shortage: Aluminium players

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