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Lafarge Cement's Request for Environmental Permit Turned Down

Trbovlje, 12 July - The Environmental Agency (ARSO) has rejected a request by the French-owned cement maker Lafarge Cement for a permit that would allow the Trbovlje plant to resume incineration of waste as an alternative fuel. The company plans to respond with legal action.

Trbovlje
The French-owned cement maker Lafarge Cement fails to get an environmental permit that would allow it to resume waste burning.
Photo: Nebojsa Tejic/STA

Trbovlje
The French-owned cement maker Lafarge Cement fails to get an environmental permit that would allow it to resume waste burning.
Photo: Nebojsa Tejic/STA

Trbovlje
The French-owned cement maker Lafarge Cement fails to get an environmental permit that would allow it to resume waste burning.
Photo: Nebojsa Tejic/STA

Trbovlje
The French-owned cement maker Lafarge Cement fails to get an environmental permit that would allow it to resume waste burning.
Photo: Nebojsa Tejic/STA

Trbovlje
The French-owned cement maker Lafarge Cement holds a press conference to comment on the Environmental Agency's decision not to allow resumption of waste incineration at the plant.
Photo: Nebojsa Tejic/STA

Trbovlje
The French-owned cement maker Lafarge Cement holds a press conference to comment on the Environmental Agency's decision not to allow resumption of waste incineration at the plant.
Photo: Nebojsa Tejic/STA

Trbovlje
Janusz Miluch, general manager of French-owned cement maker Lafarge Cement, comments on the Environmental Agency's decision not to allow resumption of waste burning at the plant.
Photo: Nebojsa Tejic/STA

Trbovlje
Janusz Miluch, general manager of French-owned cement maker Lafarge Cement, comments on the Environmental Agency's decision not to allow resumption of waste burning at the plant.
Photo: Nebojsa Tejic/STA

Trbovlje
Janusz Miluch, general manager of French-owned cement maker Lafarge Cement, comments on the Environmental Agency's decision not to allow resumption of waste burning at the plant.
Photo: Nebojsa Tejic/STA

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