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5 Okt 2015

Habi Center

Habi Center demands cement multinational companies to stop their violations and commit to local and international law

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"Habi" Demands Cement Multinational Companies to Stop Violating and Commit to Local and International Law", 28 September 2015

...on...3rd September 2015 Habi sent a group of demands to [LafargeHolcim and Suez Cement (part of Italcementi)]...including:
• Committing to local environmental legislations and relevant international charters.
• Publishing environmental impact assessment studies or their summaries regarding changes done by these companies by using coal instead of gas.
• Publishing listening sessions concerning environmental impact assessment studies especially those regarding using coal as an alternative to gas. Those minutes should be available on the website of the company.
• Considering transparency rules that require the necessity of publishing violations committed by the company on its website, in addition to publishing the agreed upon plans to avoid these violations in future according to what stated by international human rights charters and United Nations Guiding Principles regarding business and human rights.

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Egypt: Habi Center calls on Suez Cement and Lafarge to curb pollution and publish environmental impact assessments

Lafarge & Suez Cement lawsuit (re air pollution, Egypt)