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Recycling Firm Expands Agreement with German Cement Producer

Netherlands-based N+P has announced it will expand its cooperation for the delivery of high-grade Subcoal pellets with Dyckerhoff in Germany. Dyckerhoff has served the cement and concrete building products industry for 150 years, the company says.

Subcoal is produced at the Qlyte facility in Delfzijl, the Netherlands. The Qlyte facility produces about 65,000 metric tons of Subcoal pellets per year through the processing of approximately 100,000 tons of nonrecyclable paper and plastic waste fractions which otherwise would have ended in landfill or waste incineration, N+P says. The Subcoal is used to replace lignite dust or bituminous coal at power stations, lime kilns and cement kilns.

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