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9 Aug 2016

Habi Center for Environmental Rights

Habi Centre awaits response from Egypt's Environmental Affairs Agency regarding cement companies

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Environmental Affairs Agency did not respond to Habi’s last message (the third one), after more than five weeks. The message has highlighted the demands regarding publicizing the situation of cement companies in Egypt; especially Suez Group and Lafarge.

Habi is now sending its fourth and last message to ask the Environmental Affairs Agency to reveal how much these companies commit to law and to respond to our previously sent demands. In case that EAA does not respond or negatively responds, Habi will go to court to sue EAA and cement companies.

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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)