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Cambodia Opens First Industrial Waste Recycling Facility in Kampot

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First Industrial Waste Recycling Plant Launched
AKP Phnom Penh, December 07, 2019 --

Cambodia has launched the first industrial waste recycling facility with high quality and sustainability assurance – a move responsive to the emerging need of the Kingdom.

Minister of Environment H.E. Say Samal presided over the launch of the plant, branded Chip Mong Ecocycle, located in Banteay Meas district of Kampot province, on Thursday.

Owned by a joint venture between Chip Mong Group and Thailand’s Siam City Cement Corporation (SCCC) sharing 60 and 40 percent of initial US$4 million investment, the facility is capable of recycling 10 tons of industrial waste per hour.

H.E. Say Samal expressed his appreciation of the industrial waste recycle plant and thanked Chip Mong Group and SCCC for the environment-friendly investment.

He encouraged the partners as well as other investors to continue such investment essentially contributing to addressing waste management issue in Cambodia.
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A little bit confusing! Industrial waste recycling facility is this household waste, or with Thailand’s Siam City Cement Corporation being a partner is it too produce fine sand? Also may the plant see its way also moving in directions of producing energy (electricity) in such terms as waste-to-energy processing plant.
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Industrial wastes (bottom ash, crushed concrete fines, filter residue, paper ash and lignite fly ash) have potential for use in building materials, for instance as raw materials for clinker production, as supplementary cementitious materials (SCMs) or mineral additions in concrete.
From https://www.icevirtuallibrary.com/doi/1 ... r.15.00149

Which would suggest the end product is going back to the cement manufacturer (SCCC)in Thailand.
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December 9, 2019
CMIC LAUNCHES CHIP MONG ECOCYLE BUSINESS UNIT TO MANAGE INDUSTRIAL WASTE

December 3, 2019, the Touk Meas, Kampot Province, 05 December 2019. Chip Mong Insee Cement (CMIC) Plant, one of the largest and most advanced, had the honor of inaugurating its new Industrial waste management facility in presence of Cambodia’s Environment Minister, Kampot Deputy Governor and the project’s stakeholders.

Waste management has become a key concern in the kingdom where the economy and the manufacturing sector are growing fast. Chip Mong Ecocycle Business unit has been established to provide an environmentally-friendly solution to dispose of Industrial waste and has enjoyed the full support of the Environment Ministry. Manufacturing companies are demonstrating an increasing responsibility when it comes to environmental stewardship and this new waste management facility is part and parcel of Chip Mong Insee Cement Corporation’s (CMIC) commitment to promoting a clean environment, at a time when the world is facing enormous challenges. CMIC’s CEO, Mr. Nicolas George, says “with the inauguration of our new Ecocyle Project, CMIC has reached another milestone towards improving the environment in Cambodia. Our plant is now equipped with state-of-the-art technology to manage industrial waste and further reduce our environmental footprint. I have no doubt that this new venture will prove to be a great success and be beneficial to all our stakeholders. Once more, CMIC has demonstrated its commitment to develop a more sustainable cement industry.” Chip Mong Ecocycle has the capacity to process around 10 tons of industrial waste per hour, equivalent to around 7000 tons per month. The waste processing facility consists of solid waste receiving and processing facility which provides a solution to the Garment & Footwear industry, as well as other sectors of the economy.

CMIC is proud of the fact that its Chip Mong Ecocycle is the first sustainable industrial waste management solution provider in Cambodia. It processes hazardous and non-hazardous waste through a technological process known as “co-processing”.

Co-processing is the term used for the thermal destruction of industrial waste, combining two core processes undertaken simultaneously, without compromising the efficiency of either one. Co-processing satisfies all regulatory standards and is being adopted globally for the management of industrial waste. It is seen as a superior option to landfilling and incineration, since it offers a complete solution with no environmental impact.
https://www.khmertimeskh.com/50668220/c ... ial-waste/
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