New green norms could put haze limits on Arizona plant

New restrictions could hit Clarkdale plant





Egypt halts Lafarge plan to use coke to fuel plants

Government says it needs to study plan before issuing decision





Spain hears complaints about waste disposal at cement plant

Citizens have filed complaint about permit for waste incineration at Portland Valderrivas plant





UltraTech unit rapped for pollution

SPCB issues show cause notice to cement plant in Arda village under Kirmira block





EPA proposes emission reductions in Arizona

EPA has targeted high emission facilities including a cement plant





EU moving forward with CO2 emission plans for cement

Initial findings note industry will not have to pay for CO2 emissions at the level of other industries





Portugal asked to probe emissions from cement plant

Cimpor unit in Alhambra recently released dust because of equipment malfunctionPremium Content





Dom Rep launches drive to cut CO2 emissions

Project has been launched with the help of the German embassy and GIZ





Russia: Lipetsk region weighs cement co processing bid

Proposal is for processing of municipal solid waste into fuel for cement production





Trbovlje secures environment permit for Slovenia unit

Firm says permit for Trbovlje plant is in line with EU rules



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