Cement News: Environmental
Cemex is considering an appeal after it was hit with a massive fine after cement dust escaped from a silo at its Rugby production plant.
A controversial scheme to power a cement works using meat and bone meal has begun - under the scrutiny of environment watchdogs.
Global cement industry leaders and officials involved in the US administration’s voluntary six-nation Asia-Pacific Partnership
Greenhouse gas emissions in Canada will be allowed to grow under the Conservative environmental plan, but at a slower pace, Envir
Cemex UK is considering an appeal after it was hit with a massive fine after cement dust escaped from a silo at its Rugby production
Chile’s Cemento Melón, controlled by French company Lafarge, has submitted for national environment commission
The legislation California enacted last month to seize for itself a leading role in the fight
Castle Cement, which produces around 25 per cent of the UK’s cement,
Switzerland’s Holcim Group of Company has pledged to provide Cambodia with US$90,000 to preserve ancient temples in the country, local sources reported.
Cement producer PT Semen Padang is proposing the conversion of a forest reserve spanning 249ha near its plant in Indarung, Padang city, West Sumatra to obtain raw materials for cement production.
Rugby Cement has been hit by a UK£400,000 fine after polluting homes in the town.
The state Department of Environmental Protection is looking into a weekend equipment malfunction at the Lehigh Cement Co. plant in Maidencreek Township, a spokeswoman said.
US Environmental Protection Agency Region 5 has reached an agreement with Lehigh Cement Co on alleged clean-air violations at the company’s Portland cement plant at 121 N. First St., Mitchell, I
State environmental officials are trying to decide if the Dragon Cement plant in Thomaston is doing things the right way. Dragon is trying to deal with a long-time problem of dust.
The Lafarge North America plant in Calera, Ala. is one of seventeen first-time recipients of EPA’s Energy Star award in recognition of their energy-efficient operations
Holcim Ltd has again been named “Leader of the Industry” in the Dow Jones Sustainability Index