European Lime Association
EuLA was set up in 1990 by the European members of the International Lime Association (ILA) to provide sector-based representation for the European lime industry. In 2007, EuLA joined the European Industrial Minerals Association (IMA-Europe) as a member.
The European Lime Association represents about 95% of the European lime production, 23 national associations and 100 companies. Membership in EuLA is open to national associations representing the lime industry. As the voice of the European lime sector, its activities and mission centre on:
- Promoting the interests of the European lime industry on all issues of common concern, such as sustainable development, product legislation, energy, environmental protection, health and safety, communication & image enhancement.
- Providing the members with a single voice and competent assistance to address the complex legislative framework on scientifically and technically sound dossiers.
- Ensuring that the lime industry at large benefits from the sharing of non-sensitive information and play a supporting role in the promotion of best practices.
Cedric DE VICQVice-President
Singleton Birch Limited
1990 Year founded
23 Member organisations
95% of production in Europe
WKO – Fachverband der Stein und keramischen Industrie (Austria)
OGNYANOVO K (Bulgaria)
Czech Lime Association (Czechia)
Faxe Kalk (Denmark)
Finnish Lime Association
Finnish Lime Association (Finland)
UP' Chaux - Union des Producteurs de Chaux (France)
KALK – Bundesverband der Deutschen Kalkindustrie (Germany)
Yioi Th. Tsarouha
Yioi Th. Tsarouha (Greece)
Clogrennane Lime (Ireland)
Dolomite Franchi (Italy)
Fassa Bortolo (Italy)
Franzefoss Minerals (Norway)
Polish Lime Association – Stowarzyszenie Przemystu Wapienniczego (Poland)
Lhoist Iberica Lusical (Portugal)
ANCADE – Asociacion Nacional de Fabricantes de Cales y Derivados de España (Spain)
Swedish Lime Association – Svenska Kalkföreningen (Sweden)
KFN – Kalkfabrik Netstal (Switzerland)
British Lime Association (United Kingdom)
Lime is one of the earliest industrial commodities known to man. Its production and uses have grown with the times, and it continues to be one of the essential building blocks of modern industry.
- Iron and Steel
- Agriculture & Forestry
- Civil Engineering
- Pulp & Paper
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