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27/02/2014

Philippinese cement makers tout environmental gains

Firms have adopted total waste recycling for their operations

   

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14/02/2014

Suez Cement installs waste treatment plant in Egypt

Firm spent 5 mm euros for the facility in Katameya

 

   

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13/02/2014

Ambuja halts limestone mining in Himachal Pradesh

India based cement maker says this follows a notice from Environment Ministry

 

   

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12/02/2014

Cemex ties up with GM for co processing venture in Mexico

Cement maker uses waste from GM manufacturing process to produce cement

 

   

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10/02/2014

New green norms could put haze limits on Arizona plant

New restrictions could hit Clarkdale plant

 

   

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06/02/2014

Egypt halts Lafarge plan to use coke to fuel plants

Government says it needs to study plan before issuing decision

 

   

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03/02/2014

Spain hears complaints about waste disposal at cement plant

Citizens have filed complaint about permit for waste incineration at Portland Valderrivas plant

 

   

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31/01/2014

UltraTech unit rapped for pollution

SPCB issues show cause notice to cement plant in Arda village under Kirmira block

 

   

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30/01/2014

EPA proposes emission reductions in Arizona

EPA has targeted high emission facilities including a cement plant

 

   

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28/01/2014

EU moving forward with CO2 emission plans for cement

Initial findings note industry will not have to pay for CO2 emissions at the level of other industries

 

   

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