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Biodiversity Biodiversity

This section of the website provides an overview of the cement industry’s actions in relation to biodiversity conservation and quarry rehabilitation, as well as numerous case studies.

Alternative fuels & raw materials Resource efficiency in the cement industry

This section of the website provides an overview of the cement industry’s actions in relation to resource efficiency. It covers alternative raw materials, alternative fuels and clinker substitution.

Sustainable construction Sustainable construction

This section covers all aspects of the work currently undertaken by CEMBUREAU within the field of sustainable construction.

Key partnerships
Non-Energy Extractive Industries Panel

One of the key messages of the NEEIP is the need to guarantee access to raw materials in the EU.

Fire Safe Europe

With the aim of raising the profile and promoting awareness of fire safety in buildings, the Fire Safe Europe alliance brings together all major actors with a stake in ensuring good practice in fire protection. It also aims to provide studies and research, gather and communicate statistical data as well as develop best practice guidelines.

Alliance for a Competitive European Industry

The Alliance for a Competitive European Industry (ACEI) was formed in 2004 by 11 major European industry sector associations and BUSINESSEUROPE. The common objective of its Members is to promote the competitiveness of European industry on a global scale. The Alliance therefore encourages a policy and regulatory framework that supports that objective, reinforcing and complementing BUSINESSEUROPE’s work in this respect by providing a sectoral perspective.

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CEMBUREAU, the European Cement Association based in Brussels, is the representative organisation of the cement industry in Europe. The Association acts as spokesperson for the cement industry before the European Union institutions and other public authorities, and communicates the industry’s views on all issues and policy developments with regard to technical, environmental, energy and promotional issues.