The study is set to target the feasibility of capturing carbon dioxide from LafargeHolcim cement plant for storage by Occidental.
The Science-Based Targets initiative (SBTi) has validated LafargeHolcim’s targets to reduce its global carbon emissions.
The purpose of the visit was for students to learn about the process of cement manufacturing and emission control.
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 been presented with awards from the National Stone, Sand and Gravel Association (NSSGA) in the areas of ‘Community Relations Excellence’ and ‘Environmental Excellence.’
Anderson will be the company’s first Chief Sustainability Officer and part of the Executive Committee.