Lafarge Steps Up Plan To Cut Cement Emissions

European Union funding has supported Lafarge’s development of Aether, a new clinker formulation that reduces the carbon dioxide footprint of cement

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Msha, Uma Rescue Program Partners

The U.S. Department of Labor’s Mine Safety and Health Administration signed a cooperative agreement with the United Mine Workers of America Career Centers Inc., in which the UMWACC will receive $1.45 million to develop classroom and simulated rescue training programs for mine rescue teams

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Rechter New Chairman At Rogers Group

Rogers Group has entered its fourth generation of family ownership with Ben L. Rechter, great-grandson of company founder Ralph Rogers, being elected as chairman of the board of directors

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Study Finds New Cause To Housing Crisis

Changing demographics are the main cause of today's housing surplus, according to new research by a University of Virginia urban and environmental planning professor

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Msha Toughens Pov Provisions

The U.S. Department of Labor’s Mine Safety and Health Administration rolled out the second phase in major reforms to its Pattern of Violations Process

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