Environment


Dust

At cement plants, major dust emission sources are kilnstacks and open surfaces creating fugitive dust from the transportation of materials.

Our plant is equipped with dust monitoring and recording systems for continuous measurements in accordance with existing environmental legislation and our WBCSD/CSI commitments.

Usje Performances:

Average monthly value of Dust emission for the Year, 2020



Average monthly value of Dust emission for the Year, 2019



Average monthly value of Dust emission for the Year, 2018



Average monthly value of Dust emission for the Year, 2017



Average monthly value of Dust emission for the Year, 2016



Average monthly value of Dust emission for the Year, 2015



Average monthly value of Dust emission for the Year, 2014



Average monthly value of Dust emission for the Year, 2013



Average monthly value of Dust emission for the Year, 2012





Average monthly value of Dust emission for the Year, 2011





Average monthly value of Dust emission for the Year, 2010



Average value of Dust emission, annual average



USJE has implemented a program of periodic measurements of fugitive dust emissions in order to safeguard the health of its employees as well as to reduce the impact on neighboring communities and areas. Further care is taken to ensure the proper maintenance and optimal functioning of machinery and equipment and the rigorous application of rules covering the transportation of materials both within the plant site as well as outside.

Legislation: According to the A-IPPC Permit , Maximum Limit Value for Dust emission is 50 mg/Nm3 (Nm3 - T=273K, P=101,3kP, dry gas)