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A low carbon future for cement is advancing through a unique feasibility study by MHI to see carbon capture and storage (CCS) on Lehigh Cement’s plant in Edmonton, Alberta. A first for the North American cement industry, the Lehigh CCS Feasibility Study looks at the viability of capturing 90-95 per cent of the carbon dioxide (CO2) – an estimated 600,000 tonnes of CO2 annually – from the cement plant’s flue gas.