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07/01/2015

Sweden’s Cementa AB wants to achieve zero carbon footprint

Company to introduce new cement types

   

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05/01/2015

Egypt’s General Petroleum Authority to determine natural gas demand

Cement plans to start using coal in 2016

   

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05/01/2015

Egypt: rubber should be used as alternative fuel

Measure aims to reduce coal imports

   

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04/01/2015

Panama’s Environmental Authority performs inspection at Cemex site

Plant is located in Calzada Larga

   

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02/01/2015

Five cement plants in Egypt complete the EIA for using coal

Plants to be awarded initial approvals

   

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02/01/2015

China’s Taiyuan city to implement new regulations on building materials

Content of fly ash in concrete blocks to increase

   

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30/12/2014

Strict environmental requirements for cement plants in Egypt

Several production line have been closed

   

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30/12/2014

China pushes for low-carbon environmental protection projects

Fly ash to replace part of the cement needed for high performance concrete

   

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30/12/2014

U.S. EPA decided not to designate coal ash as a hazardous waste

Coal ash can be used to make cement

   

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30/12/2014

Korean cement industry aims to reduce carbon dioxide emissions

Hanil Cement pushes the low-carbon high-functional green cement

   

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