Refractories producers commit to reducing emissions ahead of Paris climate talks

By Liz Gyekye
Published: Thursday, 10 September 2015

Climate change talks are scheduled to take place in Paris this December, where countries will meet in the hope of hammering out a global agreement on reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Refractories producers have already pledged to go green by improving their products.

Refractories producers have pledged to continue their environmental commitments and slash their carbon footprints ahead of the United Nations Conference on Climate Change ­— COP21 — in Paris in December.

A number of companies including Calderys, a subsidiary of Imerys, Seven Refractories and Alteo, told IM that they have implemented targeted measures to reduce...

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