Holcim to be fined for failing to acquire green certificate
Romania’s construction sectors is challenged by low private investments
Critics fear ill expansion effects
Company aims to reduce costs
Pollution levels at Birkenhead plant have significantly increased
Company spends resources to comply with international codes of environment
Local council to report problems to the European Parliament
Court has cancelled Cementos Portland permit in Castilla y Leon.
Waste heat power plants would also reduce emissions
Concrete improvements to the environment has been made by Ranoke Cement Plant.
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Solid economic development for MalaysiaMalaysia is a federal constitutional monarchy and the last four decades’ relative political stability has fueled a solid economic development. Malaysia’s GPD jumped 4.7 percent in 2013 and is expected to further expand with a 5.0 percent compound annual growth rate by 2018.17 September 2014
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