Isidoro Miranda, Managing Director of LafargeHolcim Spain, has been elected as President, and Ken McKnight, Member of the CRH Executive Committee, as Vice-President of the organisation.
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For housing projects, office buildings, schools, and warehouses, customers in different countries have chosen Vertua to achieve low emissions without sacrificing quality or performance.
Green Building Centres are designed to provide durable and affordable housing solutions in India by promoting sustainable building materials, building techniques and locally trained workforces.
The CSC certificate confirms that the Wössingen plant is ecologically, socially and economically sustainable.
The Vertua admixtures collection features advanced new technology, and forms an integral element of CEMEX’s broader Future in Action strategy.
The company’s sustainable and innovative product portfolio includes differentiated products for different climatic conditions, as well as low carbon building materials and solutions.
On more than 100 pages, HeidelbergCement’s twelfth Sustainability Report provides detailed information about the company’s path to climate neutrality and its strategy and activities in the areas of environment, social responsibility, and governance.
The Portland Cement Association (PCA) Market Intelligence Group has released their Spring 2021 Regional Forecasts for the Northeast, Central, West, and Southeast United States.
Sulzer is enabling the further development and optimisation of Blue Planet’s innovative carbon mineralisation process for carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) solutions.
Song Zhiping, President of the World Cement Association (WCA), has urged the global cement industry to continue its efforts towards carbon neutrality, but also to advance digitalisation.
The company has announced the signing of a contract with Entreprises NIVET to distribute Hoffmann Green cement for the ready-mix concrete market.
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83 of LafargeHolcim’s ready-mixed concrete plants across the country received Excellence in Safety Awards from the National Ready Mixed Concrete Association’s (NRMCA) Think First Safety Contest.
The companies have announced an MOU to explore circular economy solutions to utilise materials from decommissioned wind turbines.
Mirko Köhler will become Scheuch Asia’s Managing Director in mid-June 2021. He will take over from Jan Eike Graeff, who has success-fully managed Scheuch Asia since 2019.
The company has committed to another year supporting a vital emergency service in Wales.
New Zealand construction output is expected to grow by 5.5% in 2021 driven by shovel-ready project investments and focus on infrastructure, says GlobalData.
The company has announced that on 08 June 2021, it successfully closed its previously announced offering of US$1.0 billion of its 5.125% subordinated notes with no fixed maturity.
As a long-standing industry member of the Calgary Region Airshed Zone non-profit organisation, Lafarge Canada Inc. continues to demonstrate commitment to clean air for all.
The company has made a major step towards achieving its sustainability goals by appointing Kirstin McCarthy as Sustainability Director as part of the Executive Committee.
On its way to reaching its ambitious science-based targets, the company commits to electrifying its vehicle fleet by 2030, sourcing 100% renewable electricity by 2030 and establishing energy efficiency targets, including the systematic use of energy management systems.
The Concrete Initiative has announced that it has been approved as an official partner of the New European Bauhaus, an EU initiative and vision for a sustainable built environment based on the Green Deal objectives.
Mr. Mahendra Singhi, Managing Director & CEO of Dalmia Cement (Bharat) Limited has been invited to represent the Carbon Pricing Leadership Coalition as Carbon Pricing Champion.
In celebration of World Ocean Day, LafargeHolcim joins the World Ocean Council (WOC), a global, cross-sectoral industry alliance committed to sustainable ocean stewardship.
The companies are expected to make a significant contribution towards helping parent LafargeHolcim achieve its ‘net zero’ pledge and meet its science-based targets.
The renewed partnership confirms the continued supply of renewable electricity to all of CEMEX’s UK owned sites.