Mineral quality and consistency are critical in the production of ceramics, playing a major role in the different stages of the manufacturing process.
Join us for a special one day seminar at the home of Sporting Lokeren, Belgium, on 3 February 2015.
Sibelco wants to attract talented master graduates with different educational backgrounds. We offer best in class master graduates from European Universities graduating in 2015 a challenging management trainee program.
On October 27, 2014 Sibelco announced the formation of Unimin Energy Solutions, a global commercial division, designed to serve the worldwide energy services industry.
On the Mechelse heide in Maasmechelen, the gate to the National Park, we are as Sibelco one of the partners who created a fantastic footpath. A project with great partners (a few local and national governments, Tourism Flanders Bloso,…) who participated a lot and made the whole project into a success.
We are currently seeking best- in-class master graduates from European universities to join our 2014 Graduate Program.
Our UK operations have been awarded the prestigious Carbon Trust Standard for the tenth consecutive year
Our ongoing activity to reduce energy emissions was recently acknowledged when our UK operations were awarded the Carbon Trust Standard for the tenth consecutive year.
In February we were privileged to welcome the Greenkeepers Association of Belgium and the Netherlands to our Quartz Experience Centre in Mol. The day focused on the vital role of the correct construction and maintenance materials when cre
Products in our SanBlend® range of refined plastic clays possess a unique combination of particle size distribution, mineralogy and colloidal carbon, carefully blended to provide enhanced rheological properties, greater casting stability and consistency in sanitaryware manufacturing.
Paint manufacturers face a tough challenge to maintain product quality whilst reducing the level of VOC’s (volatile organic compounds) in line with stringent international environmental directives.
We’ve been using biomass (the energy stored in organic matter) as a source of energy ever since man started burning wood to cook and to stay warm. Today bioenergy accounts for more than half of Europe’s renewable energy production and is growing faster than any other source.
After more than eighty years of bombshells and bullets, the 165 sq km of land that makes up Hjerkinn Military Range in the mountains of Oppland, Norway, was suffering the effects of significant ground contamination. So when the Norwegian Parliament decided to close down the range and convert the