Air pollution is a transnational phenomenon and makes no hold on the land borders. Today in the industrial countries the most evident charges are removed. Now the necessary measures concern the industries of the developing countries and newly industrializing countries. This is also valid for India. The subcontinent produces about 6 % of the worldwide cement production (Fig. 1) and consumes after China the worlds second largest amount in cement (consumption in 2010: 212 million t). One of the affected regions is the South-Indian state of Karnataka. There lies 22.56 % of the national limestone...
Shekhar Joshi1, Astrid Kögel2
1Vice President Technical, Intensiv-Filter India, Pune/India
2Intensiv-Filter Deutschland, Velbert/Germany