Christopher Poling to present at 9th Annual Slag Conference

22nd OF September

SCB International is pleased to announce Mr. Christopher Poling will be presenting “A Novel Approach to Particle Size Reduction” during the 9th European Slag Conference on October 11, 2017 in Metz, France.

Mr. Poling’s presentation will focus on an innovative patent pending technology developed to reduce particle size and...

Peggy Rennick to Serve on the Board of Directors of the American Coal Ash Association

22nd OF September

SCB International Materials Inc. today announced that Ms. Peggy Rennick, Regional Marketing Manager for SCB, has been elected to the board of directors for the American Coal Ash Association (ACAA).  Ms. Peggy Rennick will fill the BOD position recently vacated by Mr. John Scoggan.

The American Coal Ash Association...


Mike Varner joins SCB as Director of Business Development

28th OF July

SCB International continues to invest in the growth of its Technical Services group and is pleased to announce and welcome Mr. Michael Varner as Director of Business Development effective June 15, 2017.

Mr. Varner brings over 20 years of experience in process engineering, project management, sales and marketing for...


Peter D’Amico Named 2015 Entrepreneur of the Year

05th OF October

Peter D’Amico, owner of SCB International, is this year’s recipient of the 2015 Macricostas Entrepreneur of the Year by Western Connecticut State University.


Paul Longo Joins SCB as Senior Project Engineer

17th OF July

Effective July 15, 2015, Paul Longo joined SCB International as Senior Project Engineer. In this capacity, Paul will be involved with technical engineering, research and support services for SCB and its subsidiary Mercury Capture Systems. He will report directly to Peter D’Amico, President and CEO.


Mercury Emissions Compliance – Cement Americas Summer 2015

08th OF July

The True Cost of Dust Shuttling and a Viable Alternative.

By Melissa Harrison, Mercury Capture Systems USA

US cement kilns face the challenge of reducing mercury emissions to comply with new regulatory limits.  Under conventional operations, all of the mercury entering the kiln system through raw materials and fuels...