Permits have reportedly been delayed beyond the expected time frame of late February.
Firm has filed the application in the city of Munster in Germany.
The Lafarge Hima Cement Factory in Kasese District of Uganda sets aside Shs8 billion to curb emissions.
Greek cement maker says it has not sought for permission to burn waste at its kilns.
Turkish unit set to produce energy for the plant.
Oficemen says 23.7% of total energy supply have now come from alternative fuel.
Firm has registered the program under UN Kyoto convention umbrella.
French Environment Minister says firms recognized for commitment to biodiversity.
Plant located in Olazagutía gets government approval.
Firm has completed tests confirming the possibility of producing clinker at a lower temperature.
Firm has spent $2 mm to cut emissions at the subsidiary.
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