Voluntary EU Eco-Management and Audit Scheme

Cooperation between Westphalia and Brandenburg: for the first time ever, a consolidated Environmental Statement by CEMEX‘s Beckum and Rüdersdorf cement plants has served as a basis for the voluntary EU Eco-Management and Audit Scheme (EMAS). The plants received the EMAS certificate on 15.04.2010. For the next three years, the two cement plants can now use the exclusive EMAS logo in connection with their operational environmental protection meas-ures. IHK Managing Director Gundolf Schülke (IHK, the German Chamber of Industry and Commerce) presented the EMAS certificate to CEMEX Managers...

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