Titan America

Local - August 6
2:00 pm
Tue August 6, 2013

Public Officials Absent from Public Hearing on Titan Cement Plant

The proposed Titan Cement plant would be located in Castle Hayne along the Northeast Cape Fear River.

More than 400 people attended a public hearing that the state’s Division of Air Quality, or DAQ, held at UNCW last night. About 70 spoke out about an air permit extension application from cement manufacturer Titan America.  If granted, the permit would loosen emission standards for the company’s proposed Castle Hayne cement plant. While about 55 publicly urged the DAQ to deny the permit and 16 others spoke up in support of Titan, the one sentiment both camps share is dismay that zero elected officials attended the hearing.

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Local
12:22 pm
Thu April 12, 2012

NHCo. Commission Candidates Attend Debate Forum

Republican and Democratic candidates running for New Hanover County Commissioner gathered at UNCW’s McNeil Hall last night for a candidates’ forum hosted by the League of Women Voters and WECT.  

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Local
5:04 pm
Wed February 29, 2012

Titan America Gets Air Permit after Four Years

The site of Titan America's proposed cement plant as viewed from the Cape Fear River. The area once housed the Ideal plant.

Titan America received its state air permit Wednesday after a nearly four-year application process. 

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Local
5:59 pm
Wed February 1, 2012

Opposing Sides Weigh in on Titan America Study

The site of Titan America's proposed cement plant as viewed from the Cape Fear River. The area once housed the Ideal plant.

The Southern Environmental Law Center presented a study in Wilmington last week by ICF International about the potential health risks of air emissions by Titan America’s proposed cement plant in Castle Hayne.

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Local
12:29 pm
Tue January 24, 2012

Study Released on Titan America's Potential Health and Air Impacts

Three years after announcing its plans to operate a cement plant in Castle Hayne, Titan America is still waiting to hear a final decision regarding an air permit from the state Division of Air Quality.

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