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The worldwide cement industry is estimated to represent 5% of the world’s carbon dioxide emissions.

Lafarge Canada Inc. (Lafarge) retained Golder Associates Ltd. (Golder) to complete the Environmental Screening Process (ESP) for the proposed Low Carbon Fuels (LCF) Project (Project) at the Lafarge Bath Plant (Site) located in Bath, Ontario. As...

The design of a granular pad for the proposed Low Carbon Fuel (LCF) Staging/Processing area (shredding pad) at the Lafarge Bath Plant. The design drawings for the pad (Drawings 1 to 7) are attached.

RWDI AIR Inc. (RWDI) has been retained by Lafarge Canada Inc. (Lafarge) to conduct emission sampling on the kiln exhaust at their facility in Bath, Ontario. Lafarge is entering into a Low Carbon Fuels (LCF) project which is part of the Cement...

This Emission Summary and Dispersion Modelling (ESDM) report has been prepared to support an application for the use of low carbon fuel at the Lafarge Canada Inc. (Lafarge) Bath Plant, under the requirements of Section 9 of the Environmental...

This report provides an analysis and evaluation of whether emissions concentrations changed due to the introduction of low carbon fuels (LCF) at the Lafarge, Bath cement plant. The concentration of emissions were determined by stack sampling and...

A thesis submitted to the Department of Mechanical & Materials Engineering In conformity with the requirements forthe degree of Master of Applied Science written by Jamie Davis.

A thesis submitted to the Department of Materials and Mechanical Engineering in conformity with the requirements for the degree of Master of Applied Science written by Geoffrey Leslie. 

This Consultation Report will be updated following the second round of consultation activities, including the second Public Meeting, and as comments are received from stakeholders. This version control will allow facility personnel, or the...

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