Lafarge Plant Receives Green Light for Alternative Fuel

A controversial plan to allow Lafarge Canada’s Brookfield, Nova Scotia, cement plant to burn tires as fuel was issued industrial approval by the province’s environment department, reported the Ottawa Citizen. The company is allowed to conduct a one-year pilot project to incinerate tires at the plant, but must monitor air quality at regular intervals when the kiln is operating as well as monitor groundwater and surface water in the area.

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HeidelbergCement Adjusts 2018 Outlook

HeidelbergCement announced that it made a new assessment of the current business year based on preliminary numbers for the third quarter 2018.

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McInnis Cement Opens Bronx Terminal

New York City Council and community organization representatives joined McInnis Cement executives to celebrate the official opening of the producer’s 44,000-metric-ton capacity terminal in the Bronx – the first new industrial maritime project built on the South Bronx’s waterfront since the 1960s.

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