Bloquer de cement is a cement plant, located in a small industrial zone near Paris.
A small area was recently discovered, which could be a new site for construction, according to the city’s mayor, Nicolas Dupont.
A few days ago, I was walking through the city center and I saw a little structure with a concrete floor on it.
It was the size of a car and it had a very big concrete wall around it, which meant that it could be used for concrete construction.
Now, I’m a big fan of the concrete industry and this new discovery is going to make cement more attractive for me, Dupont told France Info.
The site is near the town of Blois, a small coastal town about 20 kilometers (12 miles) south of Paris.
The site is surrounded by a residential area, and has an estimated population of around 200.
Dupont said that the discovery was the result of a number of factors, including the high-speed trains coming from France and Italy, and the fact that the city has recently seen a rise in construction activity.
“This new site is very important, it is a very good example for the industry, and it shows that there is a market for cement in France,” Dupont said.
“It is a real opportunity for the cement industry to expand its presence in France.”
In this video, I’ll be sharing the story of the very first vinyl cement plant.
I will also be sharing some of the challenges that were faced as I went about making my first batch of vinyl cement.
If you’re interested in getting in on the fun, here are some links to the podcasts that I have produced on the subject:In addition to this, I also have a podcast that covers vinyl cement in depth, so check that out as well!
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Byron JohnsonCalifornia’s drought has prompted a massive project to pump millions of gallons a day of groundwater from the ground into a reservoir.
In a proposal released Tuesday, California’s Department of Water Resources (DWR) said the state could get $1.4 billion in federal funds for a “new underground aquifer” in California.
The proposal would create a $100 million groundwater storage facility in the San Joaquin Valley that would be the first in the nation.
It’s designed to hold up to 6 million acre-feet of water for drinking, irrigation and farming.
The DWR, which has been working with local governments and the California Coastal Commission, said the underground aquifers will hold at least 5 billion gallons of water per day, about 25 percent of the total amount pumped in the state during the current drought.
That is more than enough to fill nearly 10 million homes, it said.
The plan comes as state lawmakers have been considering a proposal to build a tunnel to pump more groundwater out of the state.
In October, California Gov.
Gavin Newsom (D) and a legislative committee approved a bill that would create the $1 billion reservoir.
The drought has forced a halt to the construction of a pipeline that would carry the water to the reservoirs.
But the DWR said that’s unlikely to happen under the new proposal.
California’s Department for Water Resources said the $100-million project is not a permanent solution to the drought.