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11/04/2015

China’s Xinjiang Tianye to invest in environmental protection

China is implementing stricter environmental emissions standards

   

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02/04/2015

3. Canada: EPA wins dispute on pollution controls at cement plants

The environmental agency’s win is not appealable in a further court

   

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01/04/2015

Mediation agreement reached regarding the Port-Daniel cement plant in Canada

McInnis Cement, CQDE, CREGIM, Nature Québec agree to the creation of an Environmental Committee

   

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31/03/2015

New buildings in Dubai will only use environmentally friendly cement

New regulation to come into force on April 1

   

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26/03/2015

China seeks to dispose of solid waste in cement kilns

CPPCC met with industry experts to discuss options

   

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26/03/2015

Turkey's Afyon Çimento receives EIA decision

Project in Afyonkarahisar does not require EIA

   

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18/03/2015

Proposed EPA Ozone Regulations to cut construction jobs in the U.S.

Cement plants to be forced to halt operations

   

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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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