CAS at Coal Ash Asia 2017

- Baotou, Inner Mongolia

For the third year in a row, the Asian Coal Ash Association will be welcoming Coal Ash Solutions as the Business Matching Sponsors for this year’s Coal Ash Asia. The 3 day event will take place July 21-24 in Baotou, Inner Mongolia at the Shangri La Hotel

Coal Ash Solutions will be supporting international exchange by providing facilitation, introductions and translation of multiple meetings for each international delegate. Attendees will be able to request assistance with scheduling meetings as well as personal consultation on who would match best with their interests. Each attendee will receive a full contact list, included with each registration.

Business Matching will be available operating parallel to other Coal Ash Asia components including: oral presentations, poster exhibition, products and services exhibition and academic matching. We are delighted to be working with CAS. Our sponsors have facilitated over 70 successful meetings during our 2015 and 2016 events, and are looking forward to helping create meaningful exchange in 2017.

Click here to register for Coal Ash Asia and learn more about how Business Matching at this year’s event can work for you.

Sino Australia Coal Combustion Products (SACCP) Exchange: November 19-26

Brisbane & Sydney, November 19-26

On the heels of a successful Coal Ash Asia event this past September in Shuozhou City, AsianCAA will be bringing a delegation of Chinese researchers and companies to Australia for a formal academic and commercial exchange.

The itinerary (see below) consists of a multiplatform approach to coal ash utilization in Australia. A couple goals of our tour will be to focus on sustainable design and management strategies in the construction sector and current research projects and initiatives at UNSW. UNSW Built Environment has a close relationship with the Cooperative Research Centre for Low Carbon Living based at UNSW. The CRC supports end user-driven research collaborations to address the major challenge of climate change facing Australia. UNSW Built Environment researchers are involved in CRC programs dedicated to integrated building systems and engaged communities.

The Centre for Built Infrastructure Research (CBIR) is a multidisciplinary team of researchers from the faculties of Engineering, Science and Design, Architecture and Building. CBIR's nationally and internationally renowned work focuses on finding solutions to important global problems in building structures, materials, design, management, improvement, safety and conservation.

Our commercial exchange is backed by companies who are operational and technical leaders in the coal combustion products industry. Millmerran Flyash Pty Ltd is an independent processor and marketer of coal combustion products, operating out of the Millmerran power station in South East Queensland. Utilising supercritical boiler technology and low NOx burners.

Wagners CFT Manufacturing Pty Ltd have developed and commercialised a new innovative geopolymer concrete named Earth Friendly Concrete (EFC), that offers customers unique durability performance and the highest level of sustainability of any concrete available in the world today.

Cement Australia has a production capacity of over 3 million tonnes annually. Operations range from the mining of raw materials to the manufacturing, marketing and distribution of a diverse range of high performance cements and cement related products.

Adbri Masonry manufactures and supplies a range of products to the building, construction, infrastructure and mineral processing markets throughout Australia. The company’s principal activities include the production, importation and distribution of clinker, cement, industrial lime, premixed concrete, aggregates and concrete products.

To join our delegation or our itinerary of companies/institutes, please email our communications coordinator, Sonya Laing: s.laing@asiancoalash.org.