The company in the US has announced a new programme to bring greater transparency to its carbon footprint through the use of Environmental Product Declarations (EPDs).
The new NABU nature conservation centre is currently under construction on the banks of the Rhine in Bingen-Gaulsheim.
Lafarge Cauldon Cement has provided much-needed donations to multiple local organisations that play a vital role in serving the community through the Coronavirus pandemic.
Lafarge, OMV, VERBUND and Borealis agree on collaborating across industry sectors in the project ‘Carbon2ProductAustria’ (C2PAT).
The company has announced a long-term contract with CRD to provide a reliable supply of biosolids to use as fuel in cement manufacturing at the Richmond plant.
The companies have announced that they will co-develop record-tall wind turbine towers with 3D-printed concrete bases.
The new phase marks a long-term ambition towards a full-scale solution that captures carbon dioxide from cement plants and injects it into final products.
The results show that shareholders supported the motions proposed by LafargeHolcim’s Board of Directors at the Annual General Meeting.