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"Spinning straw to gold" or how to create green parks out of fields of waste

"Environmentally viewed, CalciTech has made an incredible move: We can actually clean up waste lime pits and transform the waste into a commercial quality product," Marc Janssens, COO of CalciTech Ltd., sums up the basic facts of his company's new commercial - and at the same time - environmental strategy: The production of very pure and fine SCC basically out of the combination of waste carbide lime and the omnipresent air-polluting CO2.

The company's innovative product is made by a method developed in collaboration with several Universities and Research Centres. Its simple commercial formula grounds on the decrease of waste and pollution as well as on the economic ideal of exploiting cheap or even free resources. Compared to conventional PCC production, CalciTech has added several new processing steps in order to control the quality of the resulting crystalline substance; compared to the traditional approach, the unique advantage though is the possibility of being able to use waste instead of natural lime resources.

Health and environmental problems of carbide lime

Carbide lime is a problem waste. The primary concern associated with it is its high alkalinity - its pH factor of up to 12,45 - with its potential impacts to soil and groundwater. Moreover, the lime is contaminated by free carbon, ferrosilicon and also small amounts of several metal oxides. Skin- and eye-irritation may result from overexposure to the unwanted substance. Marc Janssens though, likes to remain reasonable about its hazardous effects: "Carbide lime certainly is industrial waste but the ponds are not highly dangerous. Its real problem is the storage, since there is so much of it."

Carbide lime is everywhere

Throughout the industrial world, it is estimated that tens of million of tons of carbide lime sit in huge ponds, ruining the landscape with their endless grey heaps of mud. Particularly affected by these waste pits are the former eastern bloc countries, such as the eastern part of Germany, Poland, and Slovakia. In Schkopau, a small German town close to Leipzig, there is probably more than 40 million tons of the polluted material "stored" in enormous pits. The waste material results from acetylene gas production, which was particularly important for the former eastern bloc economies.

First Site Selected

It is in Leuna, near Schkopau, where CalciTech is currently operating a small-scale production plant, and it is also where the Company plans to build its first full-scale commercial plant. In order to feed this plant, CalciTech has secured the operation rights for two of the pits at the Schkopau site. Furthermore, the Company obtains the required CO2 from Linde AG, an industrial company operating in the same industrial park in Leuna as CalciTech.


Hochhalde-Schkopau Waste Site


Western countries though should be far from thinking they were not concerned: before the 1990's practically all PVC production was based on acetylene, generated from calcium carbide. No surprise, we find large waste ponds also in the U.S.A. and many other countries.

"We will certainly not empty all these waste ponds," comments Marc Janssens, COO, on the amounts of carbide lime needed for future SCC, "but our approach leads in the right direction. We cannot continue forever to create more and more waste."

SCC vs PCC Production

The most widespread traditional method of producing PCC is still the so-called "direct process", which starts from high quality limestone and natural gas as a fuel in order to guarantee a high purity. CalciTech has attempted to avoid natural resources and will still achieve an outstandingly fine, pure and consistent material, attributes previously difficult to achieve conventionally. The first stage for CalciTechs' new production variant was the "bench work" in collaboration with the University of Lyon, France, in 1997, followed by a long period of testing and improvements, with the help of a contracted research company. More information on CalciTech's process can be found on the Technology page of this site.

CalciTech Concept


In the same way the recycled carbide lime in CalciTech SCC can enhance the environmental quality of paint and plastic, partially and increasingly replacing the more expensive fillers based on natural resources.

The introduction of ecological sources for SCC not only turns a page in CalciTech's own environmental engagements, but it marks a new approach towards industrial production in general: The use of waste instead of the exploitation of natural resources and the decrease rather than the increase of industrial waste and pollution.  

 

 

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#8  Sticky Note IHUB News Search Link : MadeBucksOnThis 11/28/09 01:08:40 AM
#141   i never heard of trading carbon credits til buccaneer1961 12/17/12 10:29:40 PM
#140   MBOT Here are some added CARBON Stocks for PENNIEStoSTACKS 11/20/12 01:23:51 PM
#139   Full steam ahead for carbon trading MadeBucksOnThis 11/20/12 01:20:37 PM
#138   I'll be watching ;) ~ http://investorshub.advfn.com/boards/read_msg.aspx?messag PENNIEStoSTACKS 11/20/12 12:29:09 PM
#137   no, but its time to watch them now MadeBucksOnThis 11/20/12 11:57:37 AM
#136   MBOT Have you been watching this one? PENNIEStoSTACKS 11/20/12 11:52:42 AM
#135   cant say I recall, do ya have a MadeBucksOnThis 06/20/11 08:32:43 PM
#134   this was ones ya did on low flt mick 06/20/11 04:26:15 PM
#133   more on CC's, MadeBucksOnThis 06/19/11 07:52:52 PM
#132   Europe's top industrial firms have a cache of MadeBucksOnThis 06/19/11 07:35:05 PM
#131   which pages mick? MadeBucksOnThis 06/17/11 11:32:35 AM
#130   sounds good...say those pages of credits are those mick 06/17/11 11:31:32 AM
#129   good to know mick, was in the pokie MadeBucksOnThis 06/17/11 11:22:47 AM
#128   hi my friend---been working on several companies. mick 06/17/11 11:16:25 AM
#127   EU climate chiefs in row over future of MadeBucksOnThis 06/17/11 11:06:29 AM
#126   yes this is good stuff here my friend. mick 06/08/11 04:00:08 AM
#125   you too mick, TTYL MadeBucksOnThis 06/03/11 12:57:36 AM
#124   i am going to sign out. mick 06/03/11 12:53:29 AM
#123   hope it was informative... MadeBucksOnThis 06/03/11 12:42:05 AM
#122   ok then MadeBucksOnThis 06/03/11 12:27:05 AM
#121   thank you lots very nice references. mick 05/31/11 11:42:16 PM
#120   like surprise surprise. mick 05/31/11 09:20:11 PM
#119   companies need to report earnings from them, then KABOOM!!! MadeBucksOnThis 05/30/11 12:19:34 AM
#118   i hope all these carbon ones get hot again. mick 05/30/11 12:16:36 AM
#117   no, not yet, still on the back burner MadeBucksOnThis 05/29/11 11:53:20 PM
#116   good reading again. thanx mick 05/29/11 11:51:27 PM
#115   Carbon credit MadeBucksOnThis 05/29/11 11:49:39 PM
#114   opps i thought to stay away from finds mick 05/29/11 11:46:45 PM
#113   They are not insurance mick, but tax and MadeBucksOnThis 05/29/11 11:41:09 PM
#112   we haven't heard much on these insurance payments mick 05/29/11 11:38:14 PM
#111   sometimes things happen overnight, when you look back MadeBucksOnThis 05/29/11 11:36:13 PM
#110   it is a very good idea and for references. mick 05/29/11 11:29:37 PM
#109   yes thats why we have this forum, makes MadeBucksOnThis 05/29/11 11:28:30 PM
#108   i have been very busy. this is interesting MT mick 02/05/10 03:31:40 PM
#107   Not trying to change the subject mick ,but muaythai 02/05/10 01:17:32 PM
#106   katx 5MA---10MA---20MA PPO---ADX---TRIX---VOLUME mick 01/29/10 05:34:06 PM
#105   ecof 5MA---10MA---20MA PPO---ADX---TRIX---VOLUME mick 01/29/10 05:32:12 PM
#104   Sure enuff , they're dropping like a ruptured muaythai 01/28/10 03:13:40 PM
#103   a lot is in the ibox for this item. mick 01/24/10 09:55:26 AM
#102   not sure. to here? mick 01/24/10 09:54:08 AM
#101   http://investorshub.advfn.com/boards/read_msg.aspx?message_id=45821152 Here' muaythai 01/24/10 03:15:29 AM
#100   o.k., anything else? mick 01/21/10 03:24:50 AM
#99   http://investorshub.advfn.com/boards/read_msg.aspx?message_id=45687744 muaythai 01/20/10 07:39:48 PM
#98   I'm still looking for it to drop below muaythai 01/20/10 07:35:40 PM
#97   hi mt. ecof is isn't a bad thought mick 01/20/10 02:43:47 PM
#96   repost... MBOT Posted by: stervc Date: Tuesday, MadeBucksOnThis 01/19/10 11:51:17 AM
#95   Oops my bad .0032 friday to close ,but muaythai 01/19/10 08:09:39 AM
#94   I think it was at .26 friday. muaythai 01/19/10 07:53:54 AM
#93   hi MT, where is pps at? ECOF mick 01/17/10 06:11:17 PM
#92   ECOF mick. Eco2forrest , they grow the Kiri muaythai 01/12/10 09:06:19 PM
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