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14/01/2014

Cemex to reopen flooded UK unit

Production stalled during water surge in nearby river

 

   

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14/01/2014

Sweden: Cementa touts gains from new cement type

Firm says carbon emissions reduced by new technology

 

   

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06/01/2014

Cuba to produce low carbon cement

Government touts significant economic, environmental benefits

 

   

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06/01/2014

Australia okays demolition of idled cement plant

Cement Australia plant in Kandos slated to be demolished after council gives nod

 

   

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06/01/2014

US: Lehigh to restore mining site in Cupertino

Company and county planning commission to meet once a year to check progress on site

 

   

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23/12/2013

Poland: Underdeveloped waste management

Waste as alternative fuel

   

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19/12/2013

Semen Indonesia bags environmental plum

Firm receives top award in the field of environment for companies in Indonesia

 

   

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19/12/2013

Great Britain to give free carbon credits starting next year

EU has endorsed country's allocation plan

 

   

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19/12/2013

Lehigh unit gets Energy Star certification

Union Bridge plant performs in the top 25 percent of cement plants nationwide for energy efficiency

 

   

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16/12/2013

India: Cement plants tasked to burn polythene waste as fuel

Himachal Pradesh officials say this will reduce waste in the area

   

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