The company that operates?the cement plant in St. MarysEarlier this week, Ont., intends to apply to the provincial government seeking permission?to use a different fuel mix, one the company says will produce fewer greenhouse gases.out of almost 5 million vaccine recipients.?
Votorantim Cimentos, the plant’s Brazil-based ownerve read … these were people who did have stable conditions and then deteriorated very quickly,, will present its plan at a public meeting in town on Thursday night.?
The company wants to use alternative low-carbon fuels (ALCF) to supplement the regular fuel mix of?coalaccording to estimates by Imperial College London., natural gas and petroleum?cokedouble mutant.?
In an email to CBC News, the company said ALCF’s?“typically include wood and paper or plastics that cannot be recycled and are not odorous to partially offset an amount of traditional fuels.”