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29/09/2014

Renewable Fuel produces coal substitute for cement kilns

Company in the U.S. turns waste into coal replacement

   

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29/09/2014

Egypt’s Minister of Environment shuts down cement plant

Plant did not comply with environmental standards

   

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29/09/2014

Investigation at Lafarge North America cement plant ends with fine

Cement plant’s workers were suspected of illegally pouring waste into the Duwamish River

   

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29/09/2014

Titan America plans to build new cement plant in North Carolina

Local activists oppose project due to high levels of pollution

   

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16/09/2014

Cement plant ordered to halt operations in UAE

Ministry of Environment and Water imposes strict regulations for environmental protection

   

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16/09/2014

Indonesia's Semen Gresik Foundation sets up waste treatment plant

Project developed in collaboration with the government of Gresik

   

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14/09/2014

Egypt’s Suez Governorate prepares for coal use in cement factories

Public session held to assess environmental impact

   

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13/09/2014

CEMEX plants earn EPA certification

Six of CEMEX USA’s cement manufacturing plants recognized by EPA

   

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11/09/2014

Egypt releases draft for coal use in cement plants

More time needed to study the applicability of standards

   

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11/09/2014

Russian cement plant reduces harmful emissions

Novotroitsky Cement Plant installs new filters

   

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