Carpatcement: Investment in modern bag filter technology

The environmental situation in Romania is characterized by contrasts. On the one hand are the sparsely populated landscapes and original mountain ranges, on the other hand, the air, water and soil pollution legacy of the Ceausescu era has left its mark. With the establishment of the Environment Ministry and the entry into the EU, the environmental policy today receives increased attention [1]. The same applies to the cement plant in Bicaz that was built in the 1950s.

 

Looking back

In 1998, HeidelbergCement entered the Romanian market with the acquisition of a majority stake in the cement plant...

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