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03/07/2014

Spain nixes waste incineration permit anew

Court has cancelled Cementos Portland permit in Castilla y Leon.

 

   

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01/07/2014

India’s cement industry has great cogen potential

Waste heat power plants would also reduce emissions

   

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30/06/2014

Environment to be improved by Ranoke Cement Plant

Concrete improvements to the environment has been made by Ranoke Cement Plant.

 

   

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23/06/2014

Lafarge WAPCO unveils sustainability plan

Firm has set its targets for 2020

 

   

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23/06/2014

US: GCC to use alternative fuels at Pueblo plant

Cement maker says tire derived fuel system will slash reliance on coal

 

   

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20/06/2014

Ash Grove looking to increase production in Montana

Firm has filed for a change in its existing permits

   

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20/06/2014

Romania: Heavy industry to benefit from green ceritificates

Sectors, such as the cement industry, can purchase credits in advancePremium Content

   

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19/06/2014

Brazil raps cement plant for pollution

Residents had complained the cement plant had excessive emissions

   

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13/06/2014

UK okays waste permit for Cemex plant

Authorities say the cement maker's plans meet local standards

 

   

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09/06/2014

Indocement implements CSR program

Firm plants 10,000 mangrove seedlings in Indonesia

 

   

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    17 September 2014
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