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The endangered snail is less than 2mm in size. Source: J.J. Vermeulen and M.E. Marzuki.

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Tiny snail named after cement giant

A new species of snail found near a quarry has been named after the site’s operator – global cement giant Lafarge. Read more »
Black dye has been adopted in the UK to deter people from swimming in dangerous quarry lakes.

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Dye used to deter quarry swimming

Dye has been adopted as a method for deterring people from the potentially deadly practice of swimming in disused quarries. Read more »
Some potential buyers have shown interest in purchasing the entire portfolio of LafargeHolcim merger divestments.

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Interest grows for cement giant merger assets

The manufacturing assets labelled for divestment by the cement giants Lafarge and Holcim have attracted interest from a large number of potential buyers. Read more »


 


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