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20/07/2014

Relaxed mercury emission rules for Dragon Cement in Maine

Environmentalists disappointed with the decision to relax rules

   

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17/07/2014

US Dragon Cement plant receives permit to operate under federal emissions standards

Higher mercury emission limit for Dragon Cement

   

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15/07/2014

St Marys Cement invests to reduce greenhouse gas emissions

Pond Biofuels to implement an algae-based biodiesel system at the facility

   

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15/07/2014

Romanian renewable energy producers get incentives

Holcim to be fined for failing to acquire green certificate

   

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15/07/2014

Lafarge Romania invest in solid waste co-processing at cement plant in Medgidia

Romania’s construction sectors is challenged by low private investments

   

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14/07/2014

Cemex expands mine in Brooksville, United States

Critics fear ill expansion effects

   

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13/07/2014

Namibian cement company to boost biofuel consumption

Company aims to reduce costs

   

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08/07/2014

Australian Greens request cement manufacturer license to be reviewed

Pollution levels at Birkenhead plant have significantly increased

   

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03/07/2014

Lafarge allays Nigerians fear about its cement products

Company spends resources to comply with international codes of environment

   

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03/07/2014

Cement facility generates pollution in Alhambra

Local council to report problems to the European Parliament

   

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