• Climate Protection

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    Reducing CO2 emissions from cement production is a key focus of the CSI's work. Read More
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    The CSI views waste as a potential recovery opportunity, rather than as a disposal problem. Read More
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    The CSI's motto is "Aiming for Zero": the goal is to achieve zero fatalities among member companies' operations. Read More
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    Emissions Monitoring and Reduction

    Curbing emissions of significant pollutants other than CO2 is equally important to protect the atmosphere. Read More
  • Enhancing biodiversity

    Enhancing biodiversity

    The responsible rehabilitation of quarries is key to maintain and even enhance biodiversity in the concerned habitats Read More
  • Concrete Recycling

    Concrete Recycling

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The first meeting of LDs of the CSI Chinese members was held in Beijing.

Beijing, 22 August 2011

After the opening of the CSI China Office in April 2011, the first meeting of the Liaison Delegates (LD) of the CSI Chinese members was held in Beijing on 22 August 2011.  Apart from LDs of CSI member companies in China, representatives from China Cement Association were also present.

Discussions at the meeting covered a wide range of topics, including role and direction of the CSI China office; data reporting for cement companies in China; setting up of China local taskforces to work on specific areas of interest, e.g. occupational health & safety, biodiversity and quarry rehabilitation; sharing of protocol on CO2 emissions; future exchange and dialogues.  Members have expressed keen interest in the work plan ahead and agreed unanimously to give full support to the CSI China office in promulgating the message for sustainable development of the cement industry in China.

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