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26/02/2015

B.C. cement industry welcomes incentives for green cement production

Decision to give companies some relief

   

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16/02/2015

McInnis Cement and CQDE reach agreement on proceedings filed last August

Proceedings were aimed at invalidating authorization certificate of McInnis Cement

   

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11/02/2015

EDF Energies Nouvelles commissions wind farm in South Africa

Facility established at PPC Cement’s Grassridge quarry

   

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10/02/2015

Portuguese government and Cimpor discuss petcoke unloading case

Cimpor lacked license to unload petcoke in the port of Aveiro

   

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10/02/2015

China sets new guidelines for CO2 reporting

Instructions have been published for cement sector

   

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08/02/2015

South Korea’s Asia Cement to install waste heat recovery power plant

Measure aims to help reduce greenhouse gas emissions

   

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05/02/2015

Plastic-to-fuel facility in the Philippines to fuel local cement manufacturers

Cebu City Government unveils plastic-to-fuel facility

   

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05/02/2015

Votorantim Cement’s plant in Porto Velho, Brazil drastically reduced greenhouse gas emissions

Alternative raw materials proportion is one of the highest in the world

   

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04/02/2015

Votorantim cement plant in Porto Velho, Brazil competes for international award

International award for innovation and environmental sustainability

   

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01/02/2015

AIS and Lafarge Canada begin pilot project

AIS to ship treated fracking waste water to Lafarge’s cement kiln near Brookfield, Nova Scotia

   

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    Lower crude oil prices have exerted a positive impact on the Indian cement industry, which has reported increased savings led by lower costs for energy and packaging polymer in Q1 2015 vs. Q4 2014. After the initial decline in fuel-grade petcoke, April brought about a mild price increase of around 1 percent, as Indian interest in imported petcoke...
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