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[PDF] Progress report

Author: Cement Sustainability Initiative, Published on: 1 June 2005

[Chapter headings:] Climate protection and CO2 management, Responsible use of fuels and materials, Employee health and safety, Emissions monitoring and reporting, Local impacts on land and communities [participants: Ash Grove Cement, Cemex, Cimpor, Uniland, CRH (Cement Roadstone Holdings), Gujarat Ambuja Cements, HeidelbergCement, Holcim, Italcementi, Lafarge, Secil – Companhia Geral de Cal e Cimento, Shree Cement, Siam Cement, Taiheiyo Cement, Titan Cement, Votorantim]

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Related companies: Ash Grove Cement Cemex Cimpor CRH (Cement Roadstone Holdings) Gujarat Ambuja Cements HeidelbergCement Holcim (part of LafargeHolcim) Italcementi Lafarge (part of LafargeHolcim) Secil - Companhia Geral de Cal e Cimento Shree Cement Siam Cement Titan Cement Uniland Votorantim