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28 Sep 2020

Indonesia: HeidelbergCement's mine & cement factory may destroy water resources & sites sacred to indigenous Samin communities; company responded

A report by the Inclusive Development International alleges that HeidelbergCement's planned limestone mine and cement factory in Central Java, Indonesia, will contribute to the destruction of local livelihoods, water resources vital to agriculture, the local ecosystem, and sites sacred to indigenous Samin communities.

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited HeidelbergCement to respond to the allegation raised in the report. The company's response is linked below.