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The Green(er) Fuel Protocol, reviews fuel choices in a broader, holistic manner. This includes looking at environmental, social, and economic factors.

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.

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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...

The intent of this report is to provide the public with information about the Bath plant’s emissions and work underway to reduce them. This report has been generated due to a request which came from the Kingston Faith and Justice Coalition for...

This Annual Toxic Substance Account Report has been prepared to meet the regulatory obligations specified under Section 10 for the Toxics Reduction Act and has been prepared in accordance with Section 27 (1) of Ontario Regulation 455/09, as...

This Annual Toxic Substance Account Report has been prepared to meet the regulatory obligations specified under Section 10 for the Toxics Reduction Act and has been prepared in accordance with Section 27 (1) of Ontario Regulation 455/09, as...

This Annual Toxic Substance Account Report has been prepared to meet the regulatory obligations specified under Section 10 for the Toxics Reduction Act and has been prepared in accordance with Section 27 (1) of Ontario Regulation 455/09, as...

The intent of this report is to provide the public with information about the Bath plant’s emissions and work underway to reduce them. This report has been generated due to a request which came from the Kingston Faith and Justice Coalition for...

This Toxic Substance Reduction Plan Summary has been prepared in accordance with Section 8(2) of the Toxics Reduction Act and satisfies the minimum Plan Summary content requirements stipulated in Section 24 of Ontario Regulation 455/09.

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