Pozzolanic Enterprises

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Pozzolanic Enterprises is a subsidiary of Cement Australia which in turn is owned by Holcim (75%) and HeidelbergCement subsidiary Hanson (25%).[1]

Pozzolanic Enterprises which is described as "the premiere producer of fly ash and associated products in Australia."[2]

Cement Australia states on its website that the company "processes and distributes fine grade fly ash and other ash products from five coal-fired power stations in Queensland – Gladstone, Tarong and Callide. Fly ash is a valuable by-product of coal-fired power generation as it improves concrete performance and provides various opportunities in a wide range of applications. Pozzolanic provides a number of services to power stations including ash handling and ash disposal systems. To support the recycling of ash, Pozzolanic also conducts innovative research into new uses for ash and provides technical support to businesses developing new applications and products containing ash."[2]


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  1. Cement Australia, "Shareholders", Cement Australia website, accessed June 2011.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Cement Australia, "Subsidiaries", Cement Australia website accessed June 2011.
  3. Ash Development Association of Australia, "Membership", Ash Development Association of Australia website, accessed June 2011.

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