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Mitsubishi Cement proposes upgrade project for its import facility at Californian port
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Mitsubishi Cement proposes upgrade project for its import facility at Californian port

The Port of Long Beach in California, USA, has released a draft environmental impact report (EIR) regarding proposed modifications to the Mitsubishi Cement import facility at the port. Located on Pier F, the terminal receives cement from bulk cargo vessels, which is then stored in a warehouse and silos before being transported to concrete batch plants by truck. The cement company’s proposal includes additional storage with a capacity of up to 40 000 t and upgrading unloading equipment. In addition, a new air pollution control system would be installed at the terminal to reduce emissions from ship auxiliary generators at berth.

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