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Holcim Germany to publish its cement plants’ environmental performance results

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The Holcim Germany Group is to publish the environmental performances of the production sites Beckum, Bremen, Dortmund, Dotternhausen, Duisburg, Duisburg-Schwelgern, Höver, Lägerdorf and Salzgitter for 2019.

For the 16th time, the building materials producer, Holcim Germany, is providing a detailed publication on its website about the environmental performance of its production sites in the area of binders (cement, blast furnace slag and burned oil shale). The performance of the plants in Baden-Württemberg, Bremen, Lower Saxony, North Rhine-Westphalia and Schleswig-Holstein will remain high in terms of environmentally friendly production in 2019.

Holcim is facing up to environmental and climate policy challenges. Like its parent company LafargeHolcim, Holcim Germany is committed to the model of sustainable development and recognises its growing global importance for the environment, economy and society. The three environmental areas of climate protection, circular economy (resource protection) and water and nature play a central role, especially for the production of cement, special binders and slag sand products and the production of burned oil shale. The environmental data offers comprehensive information about the plants and various implementation examples.

This data is available for download on the company’s website.

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