Cement News: Environmental
Italian cement group Italcementi has started the construction works of its new research and innovation centre, named ITClab, which will span 11,000m2
A group opposing the construction of a cement plant near Weston and the company wanting to build it will meet for the first time next week.
An opposition group has demanded the company wanting to build a cement plant at Weston immediately release details about its emissions.
St. Lawrence Cement Group will apply to the Supreme Court of Canada for leave to appeal the judgment rendered on Oct. 31 by the Quebec Court of Appeal regarding the Beauport class action suit.
The British Cement Association (BCA) today urged the Government to use this year’s Pre-Budget Statement to set out a clear path towards tackling greenhouse gas emissions through the taxation and regul
The debate over blasting and limestone mining continues in Sugar Creek.
A group of concerned residents has formed a society to oppose Holcim (New Zealand) Ltd’s proposed cement plant near Weston.
The state land commissioner – in the face of court action – is going to renew a cement company’s mineral leases for state trust land regarded as environmentally sensitive by conservationists.
The Environmental Agency of Albania, announced today the closure of a big cement plant in Elbasan, (central Albania), owned by an Anglo-Libyan company ECF.
Facing a court order requiring a decision, the state land commissioner said Tuesday he will renew a cement company’s mineral leases for state trust land regarded as environmentally sensitive by
The cement industry is feeling the pinch these days. Some cement companies are under investigation on the charge that they manufactured cement out of industrial wastes that are harmful to humans.
The British Cement Association is supportive of the Government’s aim of achieving a 60% reduction in CO2 emissions on 1990 levels by 2050, as announced in today’s Queen’s Speech
Holcim has launched the Envirocore family of environmentally-friendly products and the Web site www.envirocore.us, which is a portal for sustainability, green building and environmental issues.
The Idaho Department of Environmental Quality is keeping a close eye on the results of tests from a cement plant that was found to be releasing two to three times more mercury into the air than previo
The Maidencreek Township supervisors said they will ask Lehigh Cement Co. to disclose the contents of dust emitted from its plant in the township.
Cimpor is in the process of studying participation in projects for the production of wind energy in Morocco and Tunisia