Chinese alumina and refractories sectors pushed to increase energy efficiency

By Albert Li
Published: Friday, 05 June 2015

Tighter controls on pollution and energy consumption in China’s refractories industry is eliminating capacity but also spurring manufacturers to invest in new, energy efficient technology.

A meeting to determine a standard limit for energy consumption in the manufacture of corundum products in China is due to be held on 8 June in Kaifeng, Henan province, one of the country’s three main refractories production bases.

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