Dalmia Bharat to Target 100% Production of Low-Carbon Cement in the Next Five Years

Dalmia Bharat has announced its way forward with the circular economy where it aims to achieve 100 per cent production of low-carbon cement in the next five years. The leading cement company continues to lead and drive the industry’s shift towards a circular economy by investing in low-carbon technologies that enhance resources and energy efficiency within the overall manufacturing process.

Dalmia Bharat has also worked to become a total waste and plastic waste recycling company. In FY22, the company switched to 0.4MT of alternate fuels, produced 9MT of alternate raw materials, utilized 9.4 MT of alternative green fuels and raw materials and recorded a 13 per cent thermal substitution rate. That being said, Dalmia is also a founding member of FMC and UN Leadership Group for Heavy industry transition (LEADIT) and COP-26/27 Business Leader.

Additionally, Dalmia Bharat recently won the Large Enterprise Award at the third edition of the Indian Circular Economy Awards 2022 at the inaugural session of the FICCI Circular Economy Symposium 2022. Dr Arvind Bodhankar, Executive Director, Dalmia Bharat received the award on behalf of the cement major conferred by Dr Michael Bucki, Counsellor and Head of Section Sustainable Modernization, Delegation of European Union.

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