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Holcim Germany earns CSC certificates

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As of February 2019, Holcim Germany is the first company to have sustainability certificates from the Concrete Sustainability Council (CSC) for ready-mixed concrete as well as for cement and aggregates. Currently, Holcim also has CSC certificates for concrete (Düsseldorf/North Rhine-Westphalia) and for aggregates (Malsch/Baden-Württemberg).

On 19 February in Ulm, as a regional system operator of the CSC, the Federal Association of Ready-Mixed Concrete officially presented CSC certificates in gold and silver for six locations. Holcim gravel works Stenden, Willich and Vorst (North Rhine-Westphalia), and Rheinzabern (Baden-Württemberg) are set to follow in the next few weeks. In addition, ready-mixed concrete is scheduled to be certified by Holcim Brüggen (North Rhine-Westphalia), Frankfurt, and Hanau (Hesse).

“The CSC certificate adds value to our customers because the certificate is recognised by common building sustainability certificates (DGNB and BREEAM),” said Werner Spilles, Head of Ready-Mixed Concrete and member of the management team at Holcim Germany. “That is why Holcim Beton provides customers with measurable benefits for their construction projects.”

Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/europe-cis/21022019/holcim-germany-earns-csc-certificates/

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