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12/01/2015

UAE’s Gulf Cement Company launches environment-friendly power plant

New plant covers most of the company’s electricity needs

   

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09/01/2015

Cement industries in India’s Damaracherla mandal could use fly ash from proposed thermal power plant

Presence of cements industries eases clearance issues

   

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09/01/2015

India producing high volumes of fly ash

Most of the fly ash is used by cement companies

   

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09/01/2015

Research project aims to partially replace cement in concrete structures

Cement could be replaced by aluminium slags

   

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09/01/2015

Semen Indonesia to reuse old plant

Construction of public facilities to begin this year

   

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09/01/2015

N+P Group and Dyckerhoff expand cooperation

Subcoal® used to replace lignite dust or bituminous coal at kilns

   

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07/01/2015

Sweden’s Cementa AB wants to achieve zero carbon footprint

Company to introduce new cement types

   

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05/01/2015

Egypt’s General Petroleum Authority to determine natural gas demand

Cement plans to start using coal in 2016

   

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05/01/2015

Egypt: rubber should be used as alternative fuel

Measure aims to reduce coal imports

   

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04/01/2015

Panama’s Environmental Authority performs inspection at Cemex site

Plant is located in Calzada Larga

   

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