Cement plant breaks ground on decarbonisation project

Construction has started at Lafarge Cement’s Cauldon plant in Staffordshire on a £13m project to reduce its carbon footprint.

by Maxine Perella
The work involves building a new pre-processing plant for the storage, handling and feeding of solid alternative fuels and installing a chloride bypass. Photograph: Aggregate Industries
The work involves building a new pre-processing plant for the storage, handling and feeding of solid alternative fuels and installing a chloride bypass. Photograph: Aggregate Industries

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