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20/08/2014

China’s Anshun City to burn waste in cement kilns

Cooperation agreement reached with TCC Cement

   

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20/08/2014

China’s Guizhou Province imposes environmental regulation for cement industry

Guizhou Province Cement Industry Air Pollutant Emission Standards recently released

   

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18/08/2014

Lafarge issued Nova Scotia Environment department directive

Directive follows complaints about fumes and smoke at its plant in Brookfield

   

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11/08/2014

Lafarge Exshaw moves to avoid repeat of lime dust spill

Health officer assures residents exposed they will not experience long-term effects

   

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10/08/2014

China’s Quzhou City installs sludge disposal system

Quzhou City produces up to 100 tons of sludge per day

   

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08/08/2014

Lafarge Canada moves to minimize fossil fuel use

Cement plant to burn used coffee packs

   

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06/08/2014

Korea plans to reduce greenhouse gas emissions

Some cement companies in the country have already reduced their emissions levels

   

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04/08/2014

Egypt to monitor emissions from cement factories

Ministry of Environment aims to prevent air pollution

   

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03/08/2014

Dust control in cement manufacturing in Chinese province addressed in meeting

Occupational health supervision must be improved in the Gansu Province

   

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30/07/2014

Missouri facility named best Holcim plant

Ste Genieveve based plant gets prestigious plum.

   

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