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Low-carbon cement the key, says GBC

Monday 6 Jul 20 12:00pm

  Golden Bay Cement plant, Whangarei

NEW ZEALAND'S only cement producer is calling on local and central authorities to help it persuade the construction sector to accept lower-emissions cement.

The Government says it plans to slash emissions associated with the construction of buildings, using measures that will include changes to the Building Act and the Building Code.

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