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Portland Cement Association announces the winners of its Energy and Environment (E&E) awards

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The Portland Cement Association (PCA) announced the winners of the Energy and Environment (E&E) Awards, recognising outstanding environmental and community relations efforts that go above and beyond what is required. Submissions from plants across the US were evaluated and recognised for environmental efforts completed in 2017.


Portland Cement Association announces the winners of its Energy and Environment (E&E) awards

“The awards underscore how America’s cement manufacturers are focused on producing the highest quality product with a minimal environmental footprint,” said PCA President and CEO Michael Ireland. “The companies selected for these environmental accolades demonstrate a strong culture of innovation that results in energy efficiency and a sustainable manufacturing practices. They highlight that cement companies can be green, while also making world-class cement products.”

Presented at the 2018 Cement and Concrete Fly-In, the following plants were named 2018 E&E Award winners:

Innovation: Ash Grove Cement Company — Durkee, Oregon.

Environmental Performance: LafargeHolcim US — Holly Hill, South Carolina.

Land Stewardship: CEMEX USA/Kosmos Cement Company — Louisville, Kentucky.

Energy Efficiency: CalPortland — Oro Grande, California.

Outreach: Titan America LLC/Roanoke Cement Company — Troutville, Virginia.

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