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24/06/2015

Buzzi Unicem proposes waste fuel use

Carbonext made from waste shredding

   

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18/06/2015

Polish cement industry could make use of alternative fuels

Górażdże Cement began using alternative fuels after severe fuel shortage

   

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17/06/2015

China: Environmental Protection Office approves Wenshan cement project

Emission reduction project for production lines

   

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16/06/2015

Egypt’s Royal El Minya Cement begins to use coal

Royal El Minya Cement stops using fuel oil

   

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16/06/2015

Lafarge tests alternative fuels in Canada

Carbon emission reduction achieved

   

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14/06/2015

Egyptian Environment Minister: Coal use in cement plants poses no risk

Government seeks to raise the share of coal use in the cement industry

   

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13/06/2015

Yunlin County Taiwan moves to reduce air pollution

Electric power supply of Taiwan could be greatly affected

   

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12/06/2015

Japan’s Takenaka Corporation announced use of ECM cement for domestic buildings

ECM cement reduces CO2 emissions

   

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12/06/2015

Norwegian cement plant could use membrane-based technology for CO2 capture

Technology developed by the University of Science and Technology

   

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07/06/2015

Japan’s Takenaka Corporation develops ECM cement

Reduced emissions of carbon dioxide

   

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