Heidelberg Cement news
SBTi validates Heidelberg Materials’ industry-leading CO2 reduction targets
The Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi) has validated Heidelberg Materials’ 2030 carbon reduction targets under its new 1.5°C framework.
Strong result in the fourth quarter: Heidelberg Materials with good business figures 2022
Heidelberg Materials announces its 4Q22 results, with revenue growth and good progress on their decarbonisation goals.
Circular economy expanded: Heidelberg Materials acquires leading recycling company in Southern Germany
Heidelberg Materials acquires SER Group, a leading integrated company in the demolition and construction materials recycling business, based in Heilbronn, Southern Germany.
Heidelberg Materials places first sustainability-linked bond
Heidelberg Materials has successfully placed its first sustainability-linked bond with an issue volume of €750 million and a term until 2032, as part of the €10 billion EMTN programme.
Heidelberg Materials to build one-of-a-kind hybrid carbon capture unit at its Belgian Antoing plant
Antoing is a state-of-the-art cement plant with one of the world’s best-performing kilns in terms of specific CO2 emissions.
Hanson UK acquires leading recycling company
The Mick George Group specialises in bulk excavation and earthmoving services, demolition, environmentally sensitive waste removal and waste management services, as well as aggregates and concrete supply.
Votorantim Cimentos closes acquisition in the south of Spain
Votorantim Cimentos announced today that it has completed the acquisition of all the businesses of Heidelberg Materials in the south of Spain.
Leilac announces global licence agreement with Heidelberg Materials
Leilac, is pleased to announce it has signed a perpetual global licence agreement for the use of its decarbonisation technology with Heidelberg Materials, one of the world’s largest building materials companies.
Heidelberg Materials honour Quarry Life Award winners
Heidelberg Materials and more than 100 guests celebrated the winners of the fifth edition of the Quarry Life Award in Brussels yesterday.
German innovation award for climate and environment winner speaks at CarbonZero global conference and exhibition
Dr. Ian Skocek, the R&D Program Manager for Carbonation Technologies at Heidelberg Materials is sharing “Circular economy of concrete, cement, and CO2”, explaining technological advances Heidelberg Materials has made to enable the 100% recycling of concrete by reusing all constituents in the new material.