Cement News: Environmental
UK - Lafarge develops emissions trading strategy with help of Lloyds Register Quality Assurance Services
Emissions trading is developing internationally. The Kyoto Protocol envisages global trading in greenhouse gases from 2008, the European Comission proposes EU-wide trading at company level from 2005 o
The Azerbaijani Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources is suing Garadagh Cement over the use of the Garadagh clay quarries and the Tovuz truss quarry, which the Ministry has banned the use of.
Thailand’s National Environment Board has recommended the renewal of rock quarry concessions in reserve forest areas for Saraburi cement factories.
Protesters campaigning against the burning of tyres at the Rugby Cement works have been dealt a blow by the solicitors of the local borough council, who have advised against pressing ahead with court
Thailand – Rock quarrying receives Environment Board support
RMC Aggregates’ Ian Southcott is celebrating the launch of the The Wildlife Trusts’ (TWT) latest guide of over 500 of the UK’s finest nature reserves, together with renowned ornithologist and TWT vice
Four environmental groups – Missouri Coalition for the Environment, the Ozark Chapter of the Sierra Club, the Webster Groves Nature Study Society and the American Bottom Conservancy
The High Court in London has thrown out a legal bid to prevent Castle Cement burning waste-derived fuel at its Clitheroe works.
Angry councillors are planning to demand a full judicial review into the Environment Agency’s decision to allow tyre-burning trials at Rugby Cement’s Lawford Road works.
Ras Al-Khaimah Co for White Cement is investing 35m UAE dirhams (US$9.5m) into an environmental project which should improve gas and dust emissions.