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15/03/2015

Holcim Philippines products get Green Choice certification

Cements accredited as eco-friendly

   

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11/03/2015

Korea develops new cement production technology

New technologies to reduce pollution

   

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11/03/2015

Cement plant in Germany to burn sewage sludge

Raw materials needs to be reduced

   

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08/03/2015

Lafarge halts operation in Slovenia

Plant does not have valid environmental permit

   

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08/03/2015

Lafarge Tarmac signs eco-deal for Cookstown plant

Lafarge Tarmac seeks to reduce its carbon footprint

   

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03/03/2015

Portuguese researchers turn industrial waste into cement

Cement from industrial waste is even cleaner than conventional cement

   

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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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