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27/08/2014

Vessels carrying cement sinks

No casualties were reported

   

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25/08/2014

New specimen discovered in Lafarge limestone quarry

Quarrying at the site could we compromised

   

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24/08/2014

Van Ninh Cement Plant in Vietnam was fined

Department of Natural Resources and Environment sanctioned the cement plant

   

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21/08/2014

Egypt needs to reevaluate environmental legislation

Coal use limited to the cement industry

   

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21/08/2014

Cement plant in Vietnam sanctioned

Cement plant did not comply with environmental regulations

   

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20/08/2014

Ontario’s cement sector should consider waste-to-energy for cement producers

Move would help meet the province’s waste diversion ambitions

   

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20/08/2014

Hearing set on solid-waste facility in United States

Cement plant could receive the fuel produced

   

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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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