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As citizens of the earth, we need to get off of fossil fuels," says Steven Price of WWF. "Exploring other alternatives while we perfect our ideal solution is one way we can do that."

Lafarge Bath has a proposal to replace coal in its cement plant with low carbon fuels like weathered treated wood (such as railway ties and utility poles), construction and demolition materials, and asphalt shingles.

Research team results show it’s safe, clean, and lowers carbon emissions.

The proposal is subject to a rigorous Environmental Assessment under Provincial rules.

Want to learn more? We invite you to share your views at a public meeting on June 9th, 7pm at Loyalist Golf & Country Club, 1 Loyalist...

From the Concrete Connection We're Changing the way Cement is produced!

It is my pleasure to present this commemorative edition of the Bath Plant newsletter as a keepsake to the community to recognize the hard work of countless volunteers. This special newsletter marks a watershed event in the history of Bath when history came to life. Over the Canada Day weekend hundreds of volunteer re-enactors from our area and around the world gathered in Bath to bring to life the Flight of the Royal George, a key battle in the War of 1812. About 55,000 spectators were thrilled to witness this colourful event, the largest re-enactment of its kind in North America.

I am proud to honour the hard work of the countless volunteers who planned and executed the re-enactment — representatives from the Fairfield... >

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