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16/11/2014

University in Thailand studies concrete containing biomass ash

Cement consumption would be reduced

   

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16/11/2014

Cementos Argos to use used tires in its cement plants in Colombia

Move aims to lessen the environmental impact of used tires

   

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13/11/2014

Eurocement Group’s Voronezh branch received certificate of environmental compliance

Products manufactured by the company are eco-friendly building materials

   

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13/11/2014

Eco-friendly cement substitute to be commercialized

Ferrock is a carbon negative material

   

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05/11/2014

Chinese cement companies invest into reducing emissions

Investments made into upgrading existing dust removal systems

   

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04/11/2014

Yemen’s Amran Cement Plant to undergo conversion

Plant to use coal instead of fuel oil

   

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02/11/2014

Lafarge gets approval to burn plastics at Michigan plant in the US

Michigan officials issued permit

   

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30/10/2014

Health concerns raised at Lafarge’s Exshaw cement plant in Canada

Concerns prompted a shutdown in procedures

   

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30/10/2014

Lafarge plant in Michigan gets approval to burn shingles and plastics

Department of Environmental Quality granted the permit to Lafarge

   

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27/10/2014

EPA sets new emission limits from six Arizona industrial facilities

Move aims to cut pollutants from smelters, cement plants and a power plant

   

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