Cement Industry News tagged under: Environmental
Croatian cement producer Dalmacijacement-RMC Group, part of Mexican cement maker Cemex, said on Wednesday it would invest EUR9m (US$11.7m) in environment protection projects this year.
Three images of the proposed Holcim cement plant near Weston, released by Holcim (New Zealand) Ltd, have come under immediate fire from a group opposing the development.
Lafarge Canada Inc. has reached an agreement with Nova Scotia’s Resource Recovery Fund Board for a supply of tires that would be burned at its cement plant in nearby Brookfield.
Protesters fighting for the closure of Rugby Cement have won a chance to put their case in front of the House of Lords.
Cemex has joined the programme for corporate social responsibility in small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).
UK environmental lawyers are asking officials to close down Rugby Cement - just days before a decision will be made into whether it should burn tyres.
The group opposing a $200m Holcim New Zealand cement plant near Oamaru has stepped up its campaign, releasing a series of information brochures.
Rugby Cement has lost a unique High Court challenge to scrap the limit of Carbon Dioxide it can emit
Some of Canada’s top environmental lawyers are among nearly a dozen applicants requesting to appeal the province’s decision to let Lafarge burn tyres as fuel at an eastern Ontario cement p
Siam Cement Plc (SCC), the country’s largest industrial conglomerate, plans to spend THB1.96bn on power generators to help reduce energy costs, the Bangkok Post reports.
The United States EPA’s recently released rule to control air toxics from cement plants includes a first-time notice of reconsideration that le
The Cemex-owned cement plant near Lyons must pay US$1.5m in penalties and beefed-up environmental monitoring as part of a
Holcim New Zealand Ltd promised on Wednesday questions about its proposed $200m cement plant near Weston would be answered.
Bamburi Cement Company has won the prestigious Wildlife Habitat Council (WHC) International Habitat Conservation Award for rehabilitation works at its Mombasa quarries
No acid rain will be caused by emissions from a $200m cement plant near Weston, New Zealand the company planning to build it said yesterday.
The federal government has set limits on airborne mercury generated by cement kilns, but they apply only to new or recently renovated plants and don’t require existing ones to make any significa