Event: Second Environmental Cement Africa Conference, Nairobi/Kenia (11.-12.05.2011)

Following the successful inauguration of the conference in Cape Town last year, the 2nd Environmental Cement Africa Conference 2011 will this year take place in Nairobi, Kenya. High-profile representatives from the cement industry, government, environmental institutions, and the finance sector will gather during the 11th and 12th of May at the Crowne Plaza Hotel to discuss environmental trends and initiatives, to share information, and debate about good practice for Africa’s cement industry to comply with international emission targets.

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