The Bath plant is located on the North Shore of Lake Ontario, and occupies approximately 1050 hectares of land.
It is home to 105 employees, and, on any given day, employees from up to 60 contract firms may also be on site.
The Plant's cement kiln is 200 meters long, and measures 5.5 meters in diameter. It is capable of producing 1.1 million tonnes of cement each year.
At its hottest point, the temperature inside the kiln is 1450 degrees celcius. To protect the kiln's shell from this heat, it is lined with refractory bricks. To line a kiln of this size, it takes approximately 180,200 bricks.