- Increased competition - Full Lafarge control over the sub project company will directly boost competition by eliminating the part ownership of the Company by its main Slovene competitor. Re structuring and modernisation of the plant will lead to a reduction in the cost of production.
- Know-how transfer - Lafarge's more direct involvement will bring about the transfer and dispersion of skills within its Slovene operations. It is expected that the skills transfer will contribute to the planned reduction in costs of production and improve environmental and health & safety performance.
- Improved standards for business conduct - the improved standards particularly related to environment and health & safety, will be highly visible in the Slovene market and invite replication by other companies.
- Optimisation of raw mix and kiln processes to reduce SO2 emissions;
- Implementation of dust reduction measures in raw materials storage and handling areas;
- Installation of close water recycling loop to reduce discharge volumes;
- Upgrading waste water treatment;
- Replacing/upgrading oil storage tanks;
- Improving traffic management;
- Enhancing the Environmental Management System;
- Implementation of the rehabilitation plan for the quarry;
- Assessment and implementation of enhanced security measures at the quarry depot.
61, rue des Feuilles
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