Cement News: Environmental
The Federal Service for environmental, technological and atomic supervision (Rostekhnadzor) has completed an inspection of Kavkazcement, Oskolcement, Savinskiy Cement Plant and Belgorod Cement on Dece
Colombian cement company Cementos Rioclaro won for a fifth consecutive year the Lider Progresa prize for product quality, environmental management and social responsibility, it was reported on Decembe
Florida Rock Industries Inc disclosed Wednesday that it received a request for information from the US Environmental Protection Agency about whether its subsidiary illegally disposed of construction m
The Austrian cement industry is threatening to shut down its kilns temporarily if the price of legally mandated CO² certificates goes up too much.
The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection approved an air quality plan for LaFarge North American Inc. Whitehall Township, to use certain non-recyclable plastics as a fuel supplement in
"If people can be convinced that use of fly ash can reduce the time for making the concrete, provide more solidity and reduce costs, the day is not far off when India would be able to utilise all 100M
Sewage could be used to power the kilns at Lafarge’s Dunbar works, despite concerns about the possible environmental effect. The processed sewage pellets are being considered for use in the Lafarge wo
The Centre for Science and Environment(CSE) in India is preparing an environmental scorecard of the cement industry which poses many ecological challenges.
The Lafarge cement plant in Bath, Ontario will be permitted to burn scrap tyres as well as garbage such as cellulose, plastics and bone meal, in a controversial US$10m tyre and waste-burning facility
In conjunction with Montreal 2005: United Nations conference on climate change, the Cement Association of Canada has gathered together Canadian industry leaders in sustainable construction to present
Thomaston has a direct and sustantial interest in participating in this hearing," wrote the town’s attorney, Paul Gibbons, in a Nov. 15 letter to the Board of Environmental Protection.
The Auckland Regional Council is warning building contractors and developers to ensure their actions don’t impact on the environment. During the past 18 months the ARC pollution hotline received more
Lafarge Cement UK, which owns Cauldon Works at Cauldon Low, near Leek, received a ‘Big Tick Award’ in Business in the Community’s Awards for Excellence. Lafarge’s entry to the awards, Cem
The Lafarge cement plant in Bath, Ontario will be permitted to burn scrap tires as well as garbage such as cellulose, plastics and bone meal, in a $10-million tire and waste-burning facility west of K
The British Cement Association (BCA) has welcomed the publication of the Environment Agency’s sector plan for the cement industry. The sector plan is an important component of the cement sector’s sust
Around 80 per cent of thermoset waste from the automotive industry could in future be used as a raw material and energy source in cement kilns. According to the European Composite Recycling Company (E