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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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27/02/2014

US: Dragon Products seeking changes to mercury emission limit

Maine based cement maker says it will not be emitting more mercury, but has asked state to allow it to conform with higher federal levels

 

   

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27/02/2014

Philippinese cement makers tout environmental gains

Firms have adopted total waste recycling for their operations

   

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14/02/2014

Suez Cement installs waste treatment plant in Egypt

Firm spent 5 mm euros for the facility in Katameya

 

   

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13/02/2014

Ambuja halts limestone mining in Himachal Pradesh

India based cement maker says this follows a notice from Environment Ministry

 

   

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12/02/2014

Cemex ties up with GM for co processing venture in Mexico

Cement maker uses waste from GM manufacturing process to produce cement

 

   

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10/02/2014

New green norms could put haze limits on Arizona plant

New restrictions could hit Clarkdale plant

 

   

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06/02/2014

Egypt halts Lafarge plan to use coke to fuel plants

Government says it needs to study plan before issuing decision

 

   

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