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Biomass is any plant-based fuel including crops, forest waste, railway ties, surplus wood from construction and demolition projects, pulp and paper by-products, even wood-based factory discards. Every fuel option we’re studying has been proposed to us by local businesses as cleaner fuel options than coal.

In 2008 we began our Energy Farm project and biomass combustion trial, and as promised, we are delighted to tell you about the highlights of the work and the progress we made. At this juncture in our quest for a greener but practical fuel source...

Thermal energy is required to produce cement - a product much in demand for its building material qualities and its superior environmental performance in its forms and applications.

Using Lafarge’s Bath plant as an open case study,a multi-disciplinary team of experts will make practical recommendations to further improve the sustainability (social, economic, and environmental) of the cement industry.The science review team...

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

RWDI AIR Inc. (RWDI) was retained by Lafarge Canada Inc. (Lafarge) to conduct an air quality cumulative effects assessment for their Bath Plant near Bath, Ontario....

The Cement Association of Canada (CAC) is following through on their commitment to incorporate sustainable development principles into their practices. Currently the Cement Plants in Western Canada utilize less alternative fuels compared to other...

This report aims to synthesize the available literature and research with respect to the use of alternative fuels in cement manufacturing. It reviews not only the environmental, social, technical, and economic impacts of using alternative fuels...

The Emission Summary and Dispersion Modelling (EDSM) report has been prepared to support an application for the Low Carbon Fuels Demonstration Project (Demonstration Project) at Lafarge Canada Inc.......

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