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26/10/2014

Thailand’s SCG introduced WHR technologies in Vietnam

SCG focuses on reducing energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions

   

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26/10/2014

Cement companies in Xinjiang, China to halt production operations

Move to ensure pollution reduction

   

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21/10/2014

India’s Ambuja Cements ranks 10th on the Carbon Disclosure Leadership Index

High use of fly ash in making of cement brought result

   

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20/10/2014

Lafarge compensates farmers in India

Meghalaya farmers have been provided compensation

   

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19/10/2014

Cement plants in Ras al-Khaimah, UAE move to meet environmental standards

Environmental requirements to be met by the end of the year

   

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16/10/2014

Cemex’s cement plant in Lloseta, Spain completes environmental improvement program

Program started in 2006

   

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16/10/2014

Egypt issues standard regarding coal use in cement factories

Egypt faces severe energy crisis

   

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15/10/2014

Cemex launched new power plant in the Dominican Republic

New solar plant to supply renewable energy to cement facility

   

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12/10/2014

New use for fracking waste water tested at cement plant

Pilot project at Lafarge cement plant in Canada found new use for waste water

   

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09/10/2014

Egypt to release standards for coal use in the cement industry

Standards to be released within days

   

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