Steag Power Minerals

Pollutant Reduction Forum: sunny outlook

It couldn’t really get any better: potential demand for the product being offered certainly exists, political framework conditions are right, and the public will not need much convincing of the feasibility of the offer. This should certainly be the case with the market introduction of Photoment – an admixture for concrete based on flyash with titanium dioxide content (TiO2 content) to reduce pollutants in urban air (see the article “Increasing efficiency in the degradation of airborne pollution by photocatalytically modified concretes, BFT International, 01/2015, pp. 50 ff.).

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Issue 2015-04 Submitted by/Eingereicht von: Steag

Innovation: Photoment

Photoment is a concrete admixture with photocatalytic activity. It consists of a combination of flyash particles and different titanium dioxides (TiO2). On a photocatalytic surface, under the action...

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Issue 2016-03 Steag

High-tech road pavements decompose nitrogen oxides

In summer 2015 the European Commission submitted a complaint to Germany due to several years of non-compliance with the threshold value of 40 µg/m³ stipulated for nitrogen dioxide (NO2), a major...

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Issue 2016-06 Steag

Photoment wins GreenTec Award 2016

Steag Power Minerals has won the GreenTec Award for the innovative Photoment concrete additive for the decomposition of nitrogen oxides. Recently, general manager, Andreas ­Hugot, has received...

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Issue 2013-10 Steag/Hawar

Fly ash for the Gulf region

The construction industry in the Gulf region is enjoying a tangible upswing. A market with good prospects for Steag Power Minerals GmbH, which is now also exporting to the Gulf region. “Hawar Power...

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Issue 2013-08 Steag/ZAG

Partnership in power plant by-products

As new hard coal fired power plants are put into service in Europe in the coming months, large additional quantities of fly ash will be created. Steag Power Minerals has secured a large proportion of...

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