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26/04/2014

Industrial energy consumers in Romania to pay less on green certificates

Companies must reduce energy consumption by 2020Premium Content

   

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Vietnam’s government to reduce pollution in cement production

Measures involve the conversion of production technology

   

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26/04/2014

Civil group files petition against Italcementi

Company should have done an Environmental Impact Assessment

   

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25/04/2014

Polish construction industry worried about EU norms

Some members have called some regulations increasingly burdensomePremium Content

 

   

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24/04/2014

Cement waste incinerator gains support in Canada

Lehigh Hanson had earlier proposed to use its Delta cement kiln as waste incinerator

 

   

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21/04/2014

Canada: Nova Scotia cement project draws concern

Lafarge plant in Pleasant Valley set to receive fracking wastewater from Debert

 

   

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21/04/2014

US court upholds new emissions standard

Appeals court largely upholds rules aimed at curbing pollution from domestic cement plants

 

   

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17/04/2014

Lafarge to test torrefied biomass in Canada

Testing has received funding from BC Bionergy Network

 

   

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14/04/2014

Titan America uses waste to produce cement

Firm starts using car bumpers and scrap cardboard as construction material

 

   

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14/04/2014

Lafarge North America slashes emissions

Efforts of cement maker have been recognized by elected officials

 

   

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