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02/12/2014

Holcim develops educational forest in Indonesia

The Holcim Educational Forest is Holcim’s solution for sustainability at its former mine site

   

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02/12/2014

China moves to reduce cement emissions

China orders cement plants in northern provinces to shut production

   

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30/11/2014

Cement plant to burn waste in China

Waste to be converted into combustible gas

   

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27/11/2014

China’s Conch Cement and Pingliang begin waste co-processing

Solid waste turned into combustible gas

   

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27/11/2014

Lehigh Southwest Cement to burn trash at facility in Kern County

Plan would reduce Lehigh Cement’s use of fossil fuels

   

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24/11/2014

TEPCO to use new system of grouting at the Fukushima nuclear plant

Project aims to prevent the flow of radioactive water to reach the sea

   

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23/11/2014

Waste co-processing in cement kilns begins in China

Solid waste turned into combustible gas

   

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21/11/2014

Lafarge held an open house at its Exshaw cement plant

Officials say recent incidents at plant do not pose threat to the community

   

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16/11/2014

University in Thailand studies concrete containing biomass ash

Cement consumption would be reduced

   

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16/11/2014

Cementos Argos to use used tires in its cement plants in Colombia

Move aims to lessen the environmental impact of used tires

   

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