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26/03/2014

Canada: Lafarge engages in CO2 collection pilot

Company has partnered with NORAM Engineering, BC Research, Mantra Energy Alternatives

 

   

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25/03/2014

Egypt vows more support for cement industry

Government says it will help defray industry switch to cleaner energy sources

 

   

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25/03/2014

St. Mary's introduces new environmental programs

Company will launch two new programs for its Bowmanville unit

 

   

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25/03/2014

Cemex to invest in two wind plants

Firm says it will invest $600 mm to build the units

 

   

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24/03/2014

India's ACC installs waste heat recovery unit

Company says first WHRS plant will slash costs at Gagal unit

 

   

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24/03/2014

Bamburi signs solid waste agreement

Company will partner with Mombasa to develop a new system

 

   

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19/03/2014

Malaysia's CIMA turning to alternative fuel

Firm looking to use tyres, biomass waste to fuel its cement units

 

   

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12/03/2014

Special treatment for Quebec cement plant takes flak

Association asks government not to allow proposed plant to bypass government regulations

 

   

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07/03/2014

New US emission standards ignore enhanced infra opportunities

Road design, a critical element in emission reduction efforts

   

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03/03/2014

German cement makers turning to alternative energy

Secondary fuels now make up bulk of energy source in the industryPremium Content

   

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