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05/06/2014

Cementos Bio Bio to slash emissions

Company wants to cut particulate emissions by over 600 tons this yearPremium Content

   

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04/06/2014

Spain cement firms slash carbon emissions

Government has been encouraging energy recovery from cement wastePremium Content

 

   

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03/06/2014

Cementos Portland permit to incinerate waste is canceled

Castilla y Leon withdraws license for the incineration of non hazardous waste

 

   

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30/05/2014

St Marys unit gets environmental plum in Canada

Bowmanville based plant gets Gold Award Certification

   

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26/05/2014

Macau set to install new air emission limits for cement plants

Territory will broadly base its rules on those in mainland China

   

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22/05/2014

Drake Cement plan open for public comments

Citizens have until June 13 to submit comments

   

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19/05/2014

Lafarge fracking proposal gets support

Colchester County expresses support for kiln disposal of treated frack water

   

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02/05/2014

Cementa bags environmental plum

Company wins award for Slite unit

   

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29/04/2014

Savannah Cement modernizing cement unit

Company is looking to promote occupational safety norms at its operations

   

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28/04/2014

Vietnam cement makers told to go green

Government looking at technologies to mitigate emissions in cement manufacturing

 

   

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