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Wayne Benjamin, chemist of Trinidad Cement Ltd (TCL), makes a point to students of Trinzuela College during a series seminar hosted by the company as part of its Potential Users Education project.
TCL said the sessions were a demonstration of the company’s commitment to educating users and likely users on the proper use of cement. The seminars delivered information on the cement manufacturing process, types of cement, mix designs, the use of water in the mix, cement chemistry/properties, making concrete, the handling process and common pitfalls. The seminars were held at San Fernando, Chaguanas, Port-of-Spain and Tobago.
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