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Our project partners have observed that no fuel is 100% green or clean, but some fuel choices are “greener” than others. What makes one fuel “greener” than another?

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Dean Del Mastro MP, Peterbough announces the Eco Energy Innovation Initiative. Bath Cement Plant Manager, Richard Sebastianelli, announces the launch of their Low Cabon Fuels Project. Richard Adamson, Managing Director, Carbon Management Canada...

Industry experts give their take on why the new Low Carbon Fuels Cement Project is a step forward for alternative fuels in Canada. Dean Del Mastro MP, Peterbough Ontario announces the Eco Energy Innovation Initiative.

Warren Mabee, Assistant Professor Queen's University, discusses his role in the Cement 2020 project.

Steven Price, Senior Director of Conservation and Practice WWF-Canada, discusses his role in the Cement 2020 project.

Scott Beckett, Process Manager Lafarge Canada, discusses his role in the Cement 2020 website.

Rob Cumming, Environment and Public Affairs Manager Lafarge Canada, discusses his role in the Cement 2020 project.

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