August 24, 2018
August 24, 2018
August 24, 2018
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For centuries, the world has been fueled by traditional energy sources such as wood, coal, and oil. But in recent decades, governments, scientists, environmental organizations and industry have started to explore new energy sources for the future.

Lafarge is hosting a Public Meeting to present the results of studies completed for lower carbon fuels under consideration for permanent use at the Bath Plant. Representatives from Lafarge, Cement 2020 research partners, and technical experts...

The Lafarge Bath Plant Cement 2020 initiative aims to identify broad measures for improved sustainability (e.g.,energy, water, economics, emissions, biodiversity) and extend the findings to the rest of the industry....

Lafarge Canada Inc. (Lafarge), Canada’s largest diversified supplier of construction materials, has undertaken a broad initiative to improve the sustainability of their Bath Plant by the year 2020, termed the Cement 2020 Initiative. Under this...

Lafarge, Canada’s largest diversified supplier of construction materials, has undertaken a broad initiative to improve the sustainability of their Bath cement plant by the year 2020, termed the Cement 2020 Initiative. Under this initiative,...

The Environmental Screening Reports are available through the links below. The revised notice of completion is available here.

Lafarge Bath has a proposal to replace coal in its cement plant with low carbon fuels like weathered treated wood (such as railway ties and utility poles), construction and demolition materials, and asphalt shingles.Research team results show it’...

Earlier today, Lafarge Canada Inc. began its innovative low carbon fuels project at its cement plant in Bath. Working with partners at Natural Resources Canada, Queen’s University, and Carbon Management Canada, the plant has begun executing on it...

You’re Invited help us celebrate Lafarge Bath Cement Plant 40th Anniversary

The employees of Lafarge invite you to our 40th Anniversary Celebration. In 1973, Lafarge built a new cement plant on Lake Ontario just west of the Village of Bath...

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