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10/12/2014

South Korea’s Ssangyong Cement uses waste tires in its operations

Waste tires burned in cement kiln

   

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09/12/2014

French Total invests in green cement technology

Total Energy Ventures invested in Solidia Technologies

   

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07/12/2014

Lafarge opens waste storage warehouse in Hungary

Products will be incinerated in Királyegyháza plant

   

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07/12/2014

Lehigh Hanson plants ear the US Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) ENERGY STAR certification

Plants recognized for superior energy efficiency

   

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04/12/2014

Ghana and Korea East-West Power sign MoU for cement production

Cement production using coal ash in Ghana

   

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04/12/2014

Environmental plans for Egyptian cement companies to be presented to the Council of Ministers

Some plants in Egypt have committed to environmental recommendations made by the ministry

   

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02/12/2014

Holcim develops educational forest in Indonesia

The Holcim Educational Forest is Holcim’s solution for sustainability at its former mine site

   

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02/12/2014

China moves to reduce cement emissions

China orders cement plants in northern provinces to shut production

   

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30/11/2014

Cement plant to burn waste in China

Waste to be converted into combustible gas

   

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27/11/2014

China’s Conch Cement and Pingliang begin waste co-processing

Solid waste turned into combustible gas

   

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