KHD participates in the ACCESS project

Starting in May 2022, KHD Humboldt Wedag International AG participates in the ACCESS project to develop carbon capture utilization & storage technologies for the cement industry.


The international R&D consortium will be working on a comprehensive development program which will generate several pilot implementations of carbon capture technologies in cement plants, pulp and paper-, biorefineries and waste-to-energy plants in Europe.


More information can be found under: www.projectaccsess.eu

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