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Circularity in the Cement Sector

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An introduction to achieving circularity in the cement industry by Dr. Martyn Kenny. Presentation from the 12th CSI Forum: Cement & Concrete: From Linear to Circular, 2018.

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Circularity in the Cement Sector

  1. 1. • Mr. David Shepherd, Director - Sustainable Development of PCA (moderator) • Dr. Martyn Kenny, Sustainability Director, Tarmac of CRH • Ms. Susan Graff, Principal and Vice President of Global Corporate Sustainability of Resources Recycling Systems • Ms. Yuliya Kravtsov, Head of Geocycle / Systech Environmental Services-North America & Mexico of LafargeHolcim • Prof. Weslynne Ashton, Associate Professor, Environmental Management & Sustainability of Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT) Opening panel: From linear to circular economy
  2. 2. Circularity in the cement sector – An introduction Dr Martyn Kenny CSI Forum Chicago | October 2018
  3. 3. 38 "Our heads are round so our thoughts can change direction" Francis Picabia, Artist
  4. 4. 39 The Linear Approach Take Make Use Dispose
  5. 5. 40 Global Materials Extraction, 1970-2017 Source: UN International Resource Panel 1970 28Billion tonnes 2017 90Billion tonnes
  6. 6. 41 Circular Economy $ Economic growth Resource use $
  7. 7. 42 The Circular Economy Concept Source: RSA Design to avoid resource use Design for longevity Design for service Design for reuse in manufacture Design for material recovery
  8. 8. 43 Challenges There are more… Need Abundance Cost Durability Value chain
  9. 9. 44 The Circular Economy Concept Source: RSA Design to avoid resource use Design for longevity Design for service Design for reuse in manufacture Design for material recovery
  10. 10. 45 Design for Material Recovery
  11. 11. 46 The Cement Sustainability Initiative
  12. 12. 47 Conclusions Raising awareness the language of the Circular Economy can be alienating to some Further advancing core programmes reduce waste, resource efficiency, energy efficiency, use of alternative fuels and raw materials, water conservation Developing metrics to drive further improvements and celebrate success Collaborating across the value chain to identify further opportunities where cement and concrete can make a difference Working with policy makers to remove barriers

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