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Railway ties pollute less than virgin wood when burned. The creosote embedded in them through years of use burn at a higher temperature, creating less emissions.

We are pleased to inform you that Lafarge has reached another very exciting milestone in their Low Carbon Fuel Project at the Bath Cement Plant. The Environmental Screening Report for LCF Projects 2 and 3 has been completed and is available for...

Evaluation of Low Carbon Fuels – Projects 2 and 3

Lafarge Canada Inc. (Lafarge) is Canada’s largest diversified supplier of construction materials. With its partners, Lafarge has undertaken the Cement 2020 Initiative, a broad initiative to improve the sustainability of their Bath cement...

In response to comments received during the public consultation process this section compares Ontario regulatory emission standards to those in other provinces or countries. There can be some difficulties when attempting to undertake these...

A Consultation Plan was developed at the onset of the LCF projects to guide Lafarge's consultation program to meet the requirements of O. Reg. 101/07 and the Environmental Assessment Act. The plan is based on directives from the 'Guide to...

RWDI AIR Inc. (RWDI) was retained by Lafarge to update the air quality cumulative effects assessment for their Bath Plant near Bath, Ontario. This report is an update of the October 22, 2015 “Background Air Quality & Cumulative Effects...

This Emission Summary and Dispersion Modelling (ESDM) report has been prepared to support an application for the use of additional low carbon fuel (LCF) at the Lafarge Canada Inc. (Lafarge) Bath Plant, under the requirements of Section 9 of the...

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