Firm expects cost savings from the use of alternative power.
Firm installs computerized shipment for efficient management of greenhouse gases.
System seen becoming the second largest carbon trading scheme in the world.
Germany based firm says it wants to burn 40,000 tons of wet sludge at the plant.
Government phasing out obsolete capacity in the cement industry as one of the measures.
Egypt based firm says it will improve environmental performance of its plants.
Firms allegedly using EU's ETS to give money to overseas rivals instead of cutting greenhouse emissions.
Castile and Leon authorities green light the project, which has taken flak from environmental groups.
Firm spends Sh540 mm on the project, which will also save on energy costs.
Industry says this will reduce revenues, increase advantage of Chinese cement market.
Company looking to cut input costs by using alternatives.
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