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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Roanoke Cement terminal to eclipse 100K tons with $37M expansion

Sources: Titan America, Norfolk, Va.; CP staff Titan America projects a 2023 completion of a new 70,000-ton dome, plus truck and rail loadout infrastructure, at its Roanoke Cement Co. import terminal in Chesapeake, Va. With triple the present bulk storage capacity, the overhauled operation will be equipped to import and distribute fly ash, slag, and aggregates that are in demand…

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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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Coal ash recycling rate increases in 2020, reversing previous years’ declines

The American Coal Ash Association 2020 Production and Use Survey shows 59 percent, or 40.8 million tons, of the 69.2 million tons of coal ash produced during 2020 was recycled—up from 52 percent in 2019 and marking the sixth consecutive year that more than half of such material produced in the United States was beneficially used rather than disposed.  ACAA…

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Eco Material Technologies: A new fly ash brand rises in Boral’s wake

Eager to sunset its presence this side of the Pacific, Australia’s Boral Ltd. entered a late-2021 agreement to sell its North American fly ash business to Eco Material Technologies Inc., an entity backed by New York City-based One Equity Partners and Quadrant Management Inc. With a projected closing no later than 2022 Q3, the $755 million deal spans West Jordan,…

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Fly ash consumption down, overall coal ash recycling rate up

Sources: American Coal Ash Association, Denver; CP staff The American Coal Ash Association 2020 Production and Use Survey shows 59 percent, or 40.8  million tons, of the 69.2 million tons of coal ash produced during 2020 was recycled—up from 52 percent in 2019 and marking the sixth consecutive year that more than half of such material produced in the United States…

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New York investors strike $755M Boral Resources deal

Sources: Boral Ltd., Australia; One Equity Partners, New York; CP staff Boral Ltd. has entered an agreement to sell its North American fly ash business to Eco Material Technologies Inc., an entity backed by New York City-based One Equity Partners and Quadrant Management Inc. With a projected 2022 closing, the $755 million deal spans West Jordan, Utah-based Boral Resources, far…

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Charah projects up to 150K tpy yield from Associated Electric ash contract

Source: Charah Solutions Inc., Louisville, Ky.  Charah Solutions has secured from Associated Electric Cooperative Inc. (AECI) a five-year sales and marketing contract to recycle byproducts from the Thomas Hill Energy Center, a coal-fired, 1,150-megawatt power station near Clifton Hill, Mo. A generation and transmission cooperative, AECI provides wholesale power to six regional and 51 local electric systems serving 935,000 members…

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Cemex extends Sunshine State cementitious materials distribution

Sources: Cemex USA, Houston; CP staff Cemex USA has increased portland cement, slag cement and fly ash sourcing flexibility and distribution capacity in Florida, its largest market, with $8 million-plus in Ports of Pensacola and Palm Beach terminal investments. The producer has added barge unloading equipment to augment the former operation’s legacy rail load out and leverage its parent company’s…

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Charah adds Ohio capacity in five-year ash management contract

Sources: Charah Solutions Inc., Louisville, Ky.; CP staff Charah Solutions has been awarded a five-year sales and marketing contract for the beneficial recycling of fly ash from the Buckeye State’s largest coal-fired power operation: the two-unit, 2,665-megawatt Gen. James M. Gavin Power Plant in Cheshire, Ohio. The contract will net an estimated 35,000 to 60,000 tons of specification-grade Class F…

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