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Course #245: Cement Plants
Cement is a powdered substance made primarily of burned lime, clay, and fly ash. Cement manufacturing involves many processes including mining, crushing, screening, recovery, calcining, finishing, grinding, conveying and shipping. Particulates can be emitted from any of these steps. Facilities can also operate on a variety of fuels requiring additional air pollution control. This course covers the production processes of cement manufacture with corresponding air pollution control issues. There will be a field visit in the afternoon. Participants must bring their hard hats, safety shoes, hearing and eye protection.

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Course Fees:
      Government Fee: $0
      Industry Fee:         $0

Course Coordinator: Registrar
      Phone: (916) 322-3937
      Email:         arbtrain@arb.ca.gov

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