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17/12/2014

Cement plant in Slovenia to burn waste

Salonit Anhovo cement plant received permit

   

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12/12/2014

Lafarge Ash Resources seeks to have fly ash exempted as hazardous waste

Move aims to improve the sustainability of construction materials

   

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12/12/2014

Austrian Wietersdorfer & Peggauer stops Blaukalk combustion

Cement plant operator collaborating in solving the HCB problem in the region

   

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12/12/2014

Holcim to increase alternative fuels share at plant in Germany

Company to eventually fully substitute fossil fuels

   

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11/12/2014

Korea to begin commercialization of “green” cement

Successful demonstration held at Hanil Cement plant

   

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10/12/2014

Rutland MP impressed with Hanson Cement solar farm

The official visited company’s site in Ketton, UK

   

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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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