Two LafargeHolcim cement plants, Holly Hill in South Carolina and Devil’s Slide in Morgan, Utah, have been allocated the US Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Energy Star rating for their commitment to energy efficiency. The Energy Star rating is a national symbol for protecting the environment through superior energy performance.
“Receiving the Energy Star award this year at two sites is an affirmation of the hard work all our employees are devoting every day to meeting our environmental goals,” said John Stull, CEO of US Cement. “We are excited to receive these awards, and we intend on continuing to reach high levels of sustainability in the upcoming years so we can serve as an example to others in our industry.”
This year is the eighth time the EPA has recognised both the Holly Hill and Devil’s Slide plants with the Energy Star award since 2009.
Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/product-news/09022018/energy-star-rating-for-two-lafargeholcim-cement-plants/
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