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Cockburn Cement response to queries from Cockburn Gazette.
Installation of Kiln 5 Baghouse Filter and removal of Kiln 5 Stack completed
Cockburn Cement response to Fremantle Herald regarding emissions reduction.
Last night Cockburn Cement updated residents at its Community Forum about the Company’s major investigation into potential sources of odour at its Munster plant and the trials it is undertaking to manage these.
Cockburn Cement responses to The West Australian regarding the new licence.
New $24 million emissions control technology has now been completed and is in place on kiln 6 at Cockburn Cement's Munster site.
Responses to the Cockburn Gazette regarding the baghouse project and feedback line.
Cockburn Cement has commenced a $3.5 million redesign and upgrade of the Woodman Point jetty to take place between January and May this year.
As the summer period is traditionally a time when odours may impact on the local community more than others, Cockburn Cement briefed and sought permission from residents at its community forum in December to run a trial over the summer months of a different type of deodorising agent.
At Cockburn Cement’s Community Form held on Friday 8 December 2011, residents received reassurance that there are no long term health impacts associated with emissions from the company’s Munster plant.
Kiln 5 & 6 Baghouses Complete
After three years the $42 million project to build baghouses on Kiln 5 and 6 is complete. Both baghouses are operational and reducing emissions from the Munster plant.
Our 1800 156 826 Feedback Hotline
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