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A worker walks past the heat recovery unit at a Conch Cement Plant in Anhui, China. The Conch Cement Company has recently created a joint venture with Kawasaki to distribute Kawasaki Waste Heat Recovery Power Generation Plants at Cement Factories throughout China. The general idea is that Waste Heat Recovery systems engineered by Kawasaki can capture heat and steam that would regularly escape in to the environment, and turn that in to electricity to help run the cement plant. It is said that these Waste Heat Recovery Systems can save a Cement company up to 30% of the electricity costs, which are the main cost in cement production.