Lafarge cement

Lafarge cement

[lə′färzh si‚ment]
(materials)
A cement made of plaster of paris, lime, and marble powder; used in mortar for marble and limestone pieces because it is nonstaining.
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The Cityscape Awards sponsored by Lafarge Cement Egypt SAE took place Wednesday, awarding Egypt's best and most innovative real estate developments.
Beyond conventional concrete applications, Lafarge cement is used in the Dakotas to support the oil and gas industry with soil stabilization for roads and extraction sites, plus well drilling.
Lafarge Cement Egypt , which has one cement plant in Egypt, has already converted it to coal and has applied for a permit to import coal, a spokeswoman said.
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These two high-quality Lafarge cement plants are a compelling fit with our objectives--and the transaction meets our stringent criteria for new investment.
Clare Bottle, of Lafarge Cement and vice-chairman of Women in Logistics, took part in the debate and also addressed 120 delegates on questions of gender inequality.
The move comes six years after the Lafarge Cement company began using meat and bone meal from cows and sheep as a sustainable waste-derived fuel at the Aberthaw Works.