Fun Fact »

Experts agree that perennials like switchgrass and big bluestem are the best biomass crops, since you can reap up to 20 years’ worth of crops from a single planting.

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’...

A thesis submitted to the Department of Mechanical & Materials Engineering In conformity with the requirements forthe degree of Master of Applied Science written by Jamie Davis.

A thesis submitted to the Department of Materials and Mechanical Engineering in conformity with the requirements for the degree of Master of Applied Science written by Geoffrey Leslie. 

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...

This Consultation Report will be updated following the second round of consultation activities, including the second Public Meeting, and as comments are received from stakeholders. This version control will allow facility personnel, or the...

Rob Cumming from Lafarge presented the latest information about the research into Low Carbon Fuels at the Bath Cement plant to a renewable energy audience at the February 7th SWITCH Kingston Open Meeting.  His presentation is available here.  ...

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...

This Consultation Plan provides a framework to meet the requirements for consultation during the EA process. It is intended to be a flexible Plan that will be adjusted and augmented to meet the consultation needs of stakeholders and Aboriginal...

Pages

Video »
Participants