Energy is the most important challenge facing us in the context of the environmental challenge. ITC is therefore developing ceramic processes with low environmental impact and minimum fossil fuel consumption, minimising CO2 emissions, drawing up a Carbon Footprint in ceramic products and processes, seeking implementation of electrification and the incorporation of renewable energies in ceramic industries, while optimising and improving the ceramic firing process with more sustainable kilns, among many other aspects.
Related R+D+i projects
We are working on the development of a standard, modular system for integrating heat recovery with thermal storage, which valorises the high-quality residual heat, adaptable to…
We are targeting a 20% reduction in kiln energy consumption, 30% decrease in emissions, and 20% drop in production costs, while increasing product quality. Funding:…
With the LIFE HYPOBRICK project we aim to help to decarbonise the economy by developing unfired waste-based building materials, through a process of alkaline activation. Furthermore, the…
Through the CerOh! Strategies project, and with a clear focus on the low-carbon industry, we are making progress in studying the different ways to reduce…
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