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Woc 2009: Mack Trucks, Cummins 2010 Epa-Compliant Diesel Engines

The show offered mixer, dump, and other heavy-duty truck model operators an early look at diesel engines that meet reduced nitrogen oxide levels the Environmental Protection Agency requires for heavy-duty, on-highway diesel engines beginning next January

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Woc 2009: Calera Carbon-Capturing Aggregate, Cement, Scm

Officials from Los Gatos, Calif.-based Calera outlined research aimed at commercial production of concrete-grade calcium or magnesium carbonate aggregate or binder agents derived from seawater and power plants’ carbon dioxide-bearing flue gas or waste heat

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Pca's Sullivan Darkens Already Gloomy U.S. Powder Forecast; Gauges Stimulus Impact

Armed with an overall forecast even more pessimistic than that of President Obama's top advisers, PCA Chief Economist Edward Sullivan offered a near-term outlook even more depressed than his original 2009 forecast released late last year

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Pca Economist Tells House Cement Industry Can Handle Aggressive Infrastructure Stimulus

Edward Sullivan, PCA's chief economist, testified on Jan. 22 before the U.S. House of Representatives Transportation and Infrastructure Committee that the nation's cement industry has more than enough supply potential to feed even the most optimistic infrastructure spending program that might encompass road and highways, bridges and dams, schools and other public buildings, and sewer and water treatment projects

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