Eco Material outlines 18M-ton potential behind Georgia, N.D. ash harvests

Eco Material Technologies will add up to 600,000 tons to its annual concrete-grade fly ash shipments with construction of a facility for processing and beneficiating coal combustion material impounded at Georgia Power’s Plant Branch, a Putnam County, Ga. generating station the Atlanta-based utility retired in 2015. Using its ES EcoSystem Efficient Carbon Offloading (ECO) technology, South Jordan, Utah-based Eco Material…

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Eco Material envisions 10M tons from 25-year Dakota ash harvest

Sources: Eco Material Technologies, South Jordan, Utah Eco Material Technologies and Bismarck, N.D.-based Rainbow Energy Center will invest in harvesting and beneficiation plants at the utility’s Coal Creek Station, transforming impounded bottom ash materials to construction-grade fly ash and gypsum. North Dakota’s first of their kind and Eco Material’s second such investments, the plants will have projected annual yields of…

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Eco Material sees 600K tpy of fly ash from second Georgia Power harvest contract

Sources: Eco Material Technologies, South Jordan, Utah; CP staff Eco Material Technologies will add up to 600,000 tons to its annual concrete-grade fly ash shipments with construction of a facility for processing and beneficiating coal combustion material impounded at Georgia Power’s Plant Branch, a Putnam County, Ga. generating station the Atlanta-based utility retired in 2015. Using its ES EcoSystem Efficient…

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MANUFACTURERS – September 2023

Utah-based supplementary cementitious materials market leader Eco Material Technologies recently appointed James Carusone as vice president – Western Region, noting his extensive background in coal ash processing and marketing, including 15-plus years at Salt River Materials Group. Management underscores his success in navigating the industry’s complexities and emerging trends, and potential to help Eco Material drive environmentally-friendly coal ash practices…

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A new dimension in home building

Fly ash market leader Eco Material Technologies and builder Hive 3D have unveiled the first 3D-printed homes at The Casitas @ The Halles, a Round Top, Texas development featuring 400- to 900-sq.-ft. studio, single-bedroom or two-bedroom models. The mortar-like ink for the single-level homes utilizes Eco Material’s PozzoCEM Vite, a full portland cement replacement binder. Hive 3D previously printed a…

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Eco Material teams with Hive 3D on printed home collection

Sources: Eco Material Technologies, South Jordan, Utah; CP staff Eco Material Technologies and builder Hive 3D have unveiled the first 3D-printed homes at The Casitas @ The Halles, a Round Top, Texas development featuring 400- to 900-sq.-ft. studio, single-bedroom or two-bedroom models. The mortar-like ink for the single-level homes utilizes Eco Material’s PozzoCEM Vite, a full portland cement replacement binder.…

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Pozzolan Proliferation

As brand recognition climbs from an early-2022 chartering as Boral Resources and Green Cement Inc. successor, Utah-based Eco Material Technologies remains in a league of its own: Few, if any, cement, supplementary cementitious material (SCM), aggregate or admixture producers match the company in total number of North American ready mixed and manufactured-concrete or heavy/civil contractor accounts, or overall market footprint. …

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Eco Material balances SCM portfolio with natural pozzolan mine venture

Sources: Eco Material Technologies, South Jordan, Utah; CP staff Arizona customers and public officials joined Eco Material for a June 21 ribbon cutting at the Kirkland Pozzolan Mine, located in hilly, desert terrain 75 miles northwest of Phoenix. CEO Grant Quasha credited construction and mining teams, as well as plant equipment suppliers, with creating a world class facility—one advancing the…

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Eco Material harvests ash, forges business and government alliances

Sources: Eco Material Technologies Inc., South Jordan, Utah; CP staff Since an early-2022 launch as Boral Resources and Green Cement successor, Eco Material Technologies has secured its core ASTM C618 fly ash marketing and distribution business, while moving quickly on new opportunities: Harvested coal combustion ash and high value supplementary cementitious material (SCM) processing. 

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Eco Material Technologies launch unites Boral Resources, Green Cement

Sources: Eco Material Technologies, New York; CP staff With the backing of New York middle market operator One Equity Partners (OEP), Wall Street investor Warburg Pincus LLC, and subscribers to a $525 million Green Bond, Eco Material Technologies has closed on Utah-based Boral Resources, North American fly ash market leader, and Texas-based Green Cement Inc., processor of PozzoSlag and other…

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