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Eurocement Voronezh plant recognised for reducing emissions

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Eurocement’s Voronezh plant has been recognised by the head of administration of the Podgorensky district, for its active implementation of measures to reduce air emissions and environmental safety.


Viktor Stupin, head of the Federal Service for Supervision of Natural Resources in the Voronezh region, made the decision to present the award following a visit to the company where he saw the methods used at the plant to ensure environmental safety. Using the latest technology, the plant’s fuel consumption is 1.6 times lower than that of a plant using traditional cement production methods, and industrial emissions have been reduces by 2.5 times.

The plant are particularly pleased to have received this reward during 2017, which is the Year of Ecology in Russia.

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