14 March 2018

Visit to Geocycle factory

Organised by:

 SCI's Australia International Group in conjunction with the RACI Health, Safety & Environment Group (VIC branch)

Geocycle Factory

Registration Closed

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Synopsis
Geocycle P/L is a wholly owned subsidiary of Cement Australia Holdings P/L and pre-treats waste raw material streams to produce supplies of solvent based fuel (SBF) to the Cement Australia Gladstone kiln and high viscosity fuel (HVF) to Cement Australia Railton Plant. The operation is designed to recover and re-use waste material, to improve sustainability, and to reduce unwanted discharge to the environment.

 

The main purpose of the event is to visit the Geocycle factory, learn about their processes and look over their operations.


Programme

Day 1

Event Schedule
14:30
Assemble
15:00
Start of tour
17:30 Optional
Dinner (not paid for) at Beletti Restaurant Cafe Bar

Venue and Contact

Geocycle P/L

Geocycle P/L, 
92 Ordish Road, 
Dandenong Vic 3175
Australia

Please click here for a location map.

Mr Adrian Thomas

Tel: +61 (0)409 549 768

Email: adrian@chemicalia.com.au


Fees
Booking is essential. When registering, please indicate if you wish to book for the dinner afterwards.
Please contact Mr Adrian Thomas, Chemicalia P/L by COB Friday March 9th 2018.

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Additional Info

For general enquiries, please call:

SCI

SCI Communications Team

T: +44 (0) 20 7598 1579
E: communications@soci.org

Partner
Health, Safety & Environment Group of The Royal Australian Chemical Institute (Victorian branch)

 Note the requirement for appropriate personal protective clothing.

The tour will take approximately 2 hours, and will include:

  • Overview of Geocycle’s activities including outline of relationship with Cement Australia, processing capabilities and types of input streams handled and markets served
  • Description of SBF sent to Cement Australia Gladstone kiln
  • Description of HVF Sent to Cement Australia Railton plant
  • Plant tour of Geocycle pre-treatment facility and laboratory

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