Lehigh Hanson Materials Ltd. (Lehigh), a part of Heidelberg Cement, is undertaking efforts to use Alternative Low Carbon Fuels (ALCFs) to supplement the energy required to make portland cement at their Picton Cement Plant (the Site).
ALCFs are in use in many cement plants all over the world and represent a proven technology to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The use of ALCFs is a key component of Heidelberg Cement’s global carbon reduction strategy and diverts non-recyclable materials from landfills. The Site is located at 1370 Hwy 49, Picton Ontario. Lehigh currently operates with Environmental Compliance Approval (ECA) for air and noise, #0073-BHGQHC, issued October 31, 2019.
Lehigh held two public meetings for this project, Public Meeting #1 on April 7, 2022 and Public Meeting #2 on August 25, 2022, in addition to other consultation undertaken to support this Project.
Lehigh has now completed a Consultation Report for this project and is now available for viewing here: Lehigh – ALCF – Consultation Report – November 23, 2022
Lehigh values your input on this matter. Please contact our Project Team for more information about this study or to be added to the contact list for future updates:
Lehigh – ALCF – CO2 Emission Intensity Report – November 23, 2022
Lehigh – ALCF – Traffic Impact Brief– October 18, 2022
Lehigh – ALCF – ESDM Report – November 24, 2022
Lehigh – ALCF – ECA Form – November 24, 2022
Lehigh – ALCF – Acoustic Assessment Report – November 24, 2022