LafargeHolcim’s cement plants in Spain have successfully updated their quality management accreditation to the latest ISO 9001:2015 standards.
Irish Cement’s Mungret plant has been included on a list of industrial sites targeted for increased enforcement activities by the Environmental Protection Agency.
LafargeHolcim subsidiary, Holcim Romania, has opened a new cement terminal in the town of Roman is the east of Romania.
HeidelbergCement reduced its carbon emissions by 22.6% compared to a 1990 baseline in 2016, according to its latest Sustainability Report.
Lafarge France is to invest €100 million to upgrade the kiln at its Martres-Tolosane cement plant to allow the burning of alternative fuels.
Asian cement production grew in the first four months of the year on good performance in China, Thailand, and Vietnam, while in Latin America and the Mediterranean Basin, producers struggled.
TITAN Cement has recorded falls in emissions and water consumption in 2016, as well as improving levels of alternative fuel use.
Claudius Peters will supply equipment for a new cement terminal at the port of Klaipeda in Lithuania.