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Province’s tire policy flip-flop is a slap at small business

Tires have historically been environmentally problematic sources of waste. Recently, however, technological advancements have led to much more efficient recycling by manufacturing construction materials, developing tire-derived fuels (TDF) and repurposing. 614 more words

Small Business

Chainsaws at the Gates

The looming clear cut at the LaFarge gravel pit property has been presented as the end of a “complex” case. It’s not really complicated at all; developers pretty much get to do exactly what they want. 1,000 more words

Project Update 22, Publication Update 20: Project Limestone Press Release

Scientists and Lafarge Malaysia Collaborate to Study Threatened Land Snails

Kuala Lumpur – Scientists and Lafarge Malaysia recently embarked on a joint study to document the diversity of land snails at limestone hills in Peninsular Malaysia. 464 more words

Project Updates

LafargeHolcim CEO to step down over Syria probe

(Source: www.businesstimes.com.sg)

French-Swiss cement maker LafargeHolcim said Monday its chief executive Eric Olsen is stepping down following an internal investigation into the company’s activities in Syria. 308 more words

Money Matters

Cement firm Lafarge paid Syrian armed groups - BBC News

Lafarge says its factory took “unacceptable” measures in order to stay open and protect employees in Syria.

Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.bbc.com


Domaine Michel Lafarge Dinner at Noble Rot...

With the Burgundy En-primeur 2015 campaign lurking just around the corner in the UK wine trade, it seemed an opportune moment to be reminded why Burgundy is such a special region and why it’s wines can be mesmerisingly good. 382 more words