KHD explains how it can reduce NOX emissions with its gasifying reactor.
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The organisation has received an award for its positive contribution to environmental protection and sustainability.
An interchange reconstruction project is underway in Arizona, US, using aggregates supplied by CEMEX.
Dubai is at the top of the list of ‘Construction Mega Cities’, with total project values amounting to US$611.2 billion, ahead of London in second place (US$342.9 billion) and New York in third (US$285.2 billion.)
The company, producer of concrete and concrete-related products, has launched its new product line, Pro-Mix.
The purpose of the visit was for students to learn about the process of cement manufacturing and emission control.
The output value of Thailand’s construction industry in real terms is expected to rise from US$23.5 billion in 2018 to US$27.9 billion in 2023, according to data and analytics company, GlobalData.
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The company has announced a full-scale carbon capture and storage (CCS) study with hopes of cutting greenhouse gas emissions in Canada.
The exhibition served as a platform for the discussion of every aspect of concrete roads.
The company has introduced its new brand styling which is said to be more modular and can be applied to machines of different types and sizes.
Nature conservation charity, RSPB, and CEMEX are celebrating their decade-long biodiversity partnership, which has seen the restoration of over 1000 ha. of priority habitat.
The introduction of LafargeHolcim’s Durabric solution is hoped to help provide affordable housing in Africa.
The company recently held an event for the villages and communities under the Ewekoro local government.
The company has announced that its affiliate, Kosmos Cement Company, has signed an agreement for the sale of certain assets to Eagle Materials Inc.
The company has announced its plans to release SensPlus Note, an OpreX operation and maintenance improvement solution for the digitisation of field data.
A 27-year-old from West Yorkshire, UK, has become one of the first apprentices in the country to complete a new education programme in quarrying.
The company has announced its transition to Tier 4 Final-compliant products for the full line of Blastcrete equipment.
The company has signed a collaboration agreement with Glodon and Interdream Ventures.
The company’s latest survey results show increased customer satisfaction.
The company aims to assist cement players in designing more environmentally friendly cements that perform better and in a more profitable way.
China’s involvement in infrastructure developments in emerging markets across Asia continues to expand, says GlobalData.