The Civil Quarterly’s (TCQ) key business health findings suggest that heavy civil contractors are generally optimistic about business conditions, despite impacts of COVID-19.
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 July issue of World Cement begins by reviewing a range of industry topics, including: Maintenance, Pyroprocessing, Conveying, & Digitalisation.
The company has announced that two of its cement terminals in Texas have achieved the ENERGY STAR Challenge for Industry by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
The company has become the first cement producer to apply the recently updated North American PCR for portland, blended, masonry, mortar, and plastic (stucco) cements published by NSF International, National Centre for Sustainability Standards.
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 company has issued a statement in light of the House introduction of the INVEST in America Act on 03 June.
The company has recently passed a supply milestone for the I-4 Ultimate Improvement Project, delivering more than one-third of the ready-mix concrete required for the 21-mile (almost 34 km) upgrade of Interstate 4.
Canadian cleantech company CarbonCure has joined the WCA’s international community as an Associate Corporate Member.