The Cleanest Cement Plant in the World: Part 1
Published by Rebecca Bowden,
To announce that a cement plant has the lowest emission levels in the world is an extremely bold claim to make. It is not until you arrive at the Kirchdorfer cement plant in Austria that you believe the claim. Kirchdorf an der Krems is a town in the Austrian state of Upper Austria on the river Krems in the district of Kirchdorf an der Krems. The picturesque town is surrounded by seemingly endless green hills that roll into one another. The mountain air is clean and the roads are quiet. At first inspection this scene is not the usual setting for a cement plant. However, the Kirchdorfer plant is in no way usual.
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Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/special-reports/29032017/the-cleanest-cement-plant-in-the-world-part-1/
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