Camfil APC Expands Corporate Headquarters

Camfil Air Pollution Control (APC) has expanded its corporate headquarters with the recent opening of a 13,600-sq.-ft. office facility for sales and administrative staff. The facility includes an open-plan and private offices for 85 employees and a training center to be used for customer and internal training and educational programs. Construction of the new office building has also freed up additional production space in the Jonesboro manufacturing plant.

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MSHA Posts Lebec Cement Plant Fatal Accident Report

On Oct. 17, 2013, Fernando Rivera, a journeyman electrician, was seriously injured when he fell from a step ladder approximately 6 ft. onto a concrete pad below at Lebec Cement Plant, a quarry and cement plant owned by National Cement Co. of California Inc.

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Titan America Plant Replaces Coal with Waste

Titan America’s Medley, Fl., plant has begun using selected waste, such as car bumpers and scrap cardboard, as an alternative to coal in cement production, according to the Sun Sentinel. The company is the first to use the waste-to-cement process on a large scale in Florida, states industry experts.

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Dangote Looks to South America

Dangote Cement Plc, one of Africa’s biggest producer of building materials and Nigeria’s largest company, is looking at expanding in three South American countries and has signed a preliminary joint-venture agreement with one company, Dangote Group Executive Director Devakumar Edwin said.

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