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Railway ties pollute less than virgin wood when burned. The creosote embedded in them through years of use burn at a higher temperature, creating less emissions.

Lafarge, Canada's largest diversified supplier of construction materials, has undertaken a broad initiative to improve the sustainability of their Bath cement manufacturing plant by the year 2020, termed the Cement 2020 initiative.

There is more concrete sold per year than all other building materials combined. Concrete is made from cement (stone, sand and water) and is much in demand for its building material qualities, and superior life cycle and environmental performance...

Dean Del Mastro MP,  Peterbough announces the Eco Energy Innovation Initiative. Bath Cement Plant Manager, Richard Sebastianelli, announces the launch of their Low Cabon Fuels Project. Richard Adamson, Managing Director, Carbon Management Canada...

Industry experts give their take on why the new Low Carbon Fuels Cement Project is a step forward for alternative fuels in Canada. Dean Del Mastro MP, Peterbough Ontario announces the Eco Energy Innovation Initiative.

Lafarge Canada Inc, Natural Resources Canada, the Queen’s Institute for Energy and Environmental Policy and Carbon Management Canada announced today that they are joining forces and investing more than $8 million to develop innovative solutions...

Lafarge and its partners are hosting an information session on November 29th, from 6 pm to 9 pm at the Loyalist Golf & Country Club in order to hear community input on their Environmental Compliance Approval (ECA) applications. Information...

HGC Engineering was retained by Lafarge Canada Inc. to prepare an updated Acoustic Assessment Report ("AAR") for their cement plant in Bath, Ontario...

The Lafarge Public Meeting To Explain The Goals For Testing New Fuel Candidates And The Regulatory Process. This is a self‐running PowerPoint presentation containing copies of the posters from the November 29th 2011 public meeting held at the...

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