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The Portland Cement Association (PCA) announced its support for the Preserving America’s Infrastructure Dollars (PAID) Act, H.R. 5578, which is a new bipartisan legislative proposal that would increase competition for infrastructure projects and give states the tools needed to make the best of use of...
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PCA Energy and Environment Awards

The Roanoke Cement Co. Troutville cement plant in Troutville, Va., received the Overall Environmental Excellence Award from the Portland Cement Association (PCA) and Cement Americas magazine as part of the 2014 Cement Industry Energy and Environment...

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New Radar Technology for Solids Level Measurement Handles Low Dielectric Materials and Tracks Very Rapid Changes. By Joe...
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Cement Scope

By Ganesh Rajput The rise in construction and building activities is the primary growth driver for the global green cement market. The demand for...
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The walls of steel and concrete silos have been known to wear or fail causing cracking, denting, buckling and bending that can lead to catastrophic collapse. For operations that want to detect uneven loading of silos that contribute to these failures, BinMaster offers a new software option that...
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Camfil Names New President, CEO

Camfil Air Pollution Control (APC) parent company Camfil (Stockholm, Sweden) appointed Magnus Yngen to the position of president and CEO. He succeeds Alan O'Connell, who held the post for the past 12 years and was instrumental in taking Camfil to its current position as a leader in the air filtration industry.

Yngen has been a member of the Camfil board for the last year and brings to his new position a solid international business background from several industries.

Prior to joining Camfil, he worked for the Electrolux Group, with management responsibility for its European operations, and was later appointed CEO of the Husqvarna Group.

The Camfil APC operation specializes in industrial dust collection. The U.S. has traditionally been Camfil’s primary market for dust collection equipment; but through a planned expansion program, its popular Farr Gold Series product line is being rolled out globally and is now marketed in Europe, Latin America, Australia and Asia under the direction of Camfil APC President Lee Morgan, who reports to Magnus Yngen.

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