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30/12/2014

Strict environmental requirements for cement plants in Egypt

Several production line have been closed

   

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30/12/2014

China pushes for low-carbon environmental protection projects

Fly ash to replace part of the cement needed for high performance concrete

   

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30/12/2014

U.S. EPA decided not to designate coal ash as a hazardous waste

Coal ash can be used to make cement

   

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30/12/2014

Korean cement industry aims to reduce carbon dioxide emissions

Hanil Cement pushes the low-carbon high-functional green cement

   

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28/12/2014

Lafarge Morocco invests in wind power

Lafarge Morocco signed supply contracts with Nareva

   

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22/12/2014

New federal rules in the U.S. allow Lafarge to burn coal ash

EPA released new rules on how coal fly ash can be disposed of last week

   

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19/12/2014

Panama’s Capac to establish environmental management department

CSR to be formed in 2015

   

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17/12/2014

Wietersdorfer’s authorization revoked in Austria

Authorization revoked over contaminated limestone allegations

   

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17/12/2014

Lafarge North America fined in Albany County, US

Lafarge admitted to violations of federal water pollution rules

   

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17/12/2014

LafargeHolcim's Bath plant begins full scale tests for pilot project

Construction debris to be used as fuel to fire cement kilns

   

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