Cement News tagged: Environmental

DOE assesses the use of energy at Holcim

24 May 2006, Published under Cement News

The US Department of Energy recently conducted a three-day industrial energy saving assessment at the Holcim facility near Morgan as part of a national energy efficiency effort. Through no-cost asses

Broceni cement factory’s category A pollution permit extended

23 May 2006, Published under Cement News

The State’s Environmental Bureau (SEB) has decided to extend Liepaja’s Regional Environmental Administration’s (LREA) issued category A pollution permit for "Cemex" Broceni cement fa

Proposal for largest brownfield scheme

22 May 2006, Published under Cement News

A proposal for the largest brownfield scheme in Northern Ireland was submitted this week. The application for a 153ha scheme in Magheramorne, near Larne, was announced by Lafarge Cement UK last year.

Second Pollution claim against Giant

16 May 2006, Published under Cement News

The United Steelworkers (USW) today announced that the Union has issued a second notice of intent to sue letter to Giant Cement Company, Giant Resource Recovery and their parent company, Giant Cement

Cement manufacturers benefiting from reclaimed waste

Cement manufacturers benefiting from reclaimed waste

09 May 2006, Published under Cement News

Thousands of tonnes of hazardous waste is being harnessed to manufacture Australian cement in an initiative to clean up the image of one of the world’s biggest polluting industries. Flammable i

Green Energy Benny Farm takes bronze

05 May 2006, Published under Cement News

The Green Energy Benny Farm project, developed by Montreal-based (l’Office de l’éclectisme urbain et fonctionnel) Pearl Poddubiuk et associés, Architects in partnership with the engineerin

Governor attends Mountain Cement celebration

Governor attends Mountain Cement celebration

02 May 2006, Published under Cement News

To celebrate more than a hundred million dollars in future improvements to its facilities, Wyoming’s lone cement plant invited a number of Wyoming dignitaries to a barbeque Saturday afternoon. The Mou

Vulcan appeal is set for May

02 May 2006, Published under Cement News

An appeal on an emissions permit granted to a South Valley cement manufacturer will be heard next month. The Albuquerque-Bernalillo County Air Quality Control Board will hear an appeal to overturn it

Cemex plans sand and gravel operations

02 May 2006, Published under Cement News

Cemex is moving forward on its sand and gravel mine planned in Soledad Canyon, California, even as Santa Clarita officials continue their US$6m fight against it. Cemex expects to begin operating in t

Cement pollution smothering Khasmir province

27 April 2006, Published under Cement News

The pollution caused by six vertical shaft cement factories in areas of Khunmoh Wuyan and Khrew Shar in south Kashmir’s Pulwama dist

Cement plant faces court over dust cloud

26 April 2006, Published under Cement News

Rugby Cement faces being prosecuted for an incident which led to homes and cars being covered in a thick layer of grit and dust

Green Energy Benny Farm takes Bronze

26 April 2006, Published under Cement News

St. Lawrence Cement and L’OEUF (l’Office de l’eclectisme urbain et fonctionnel) - Pearl Poddubiuk et associes, Architects - in partnership with the firm of Martin Roy et Associes, ar

Environmental designs honoured

24 April 2006, Published under Cement News

Bangkok will host the first global Holcim Awards tomorrow, in which 15 of the most environmentally friendly architectural, industrial, engineering and urban planning designs from five continents compe

Chat could find a market

20 April 2006, Published under Cement News

The US EPA has proposed criteria for the environmentally protective use of chat in transportation construction projects carried out in whole or in part with federal funds, and in concrete and cement p

Keystone meeting – no protests

19 April 2006, Published under Cement News

State officials reviewing an air quality permit for Keystone Cement Co.’s US$165m expansion proposed in East Allen Township heard little opposition at a public hearing Tuesday. The hearing, held

Cement industries polluting city environment

13 April 2006, Published under Cement News

A total of 20 cement grinding plants industries established in the residential areas of the Dhaka, Bangladesh have dangerously been polluting the environment, reports BDNEWS.