Nine of Cemex USA’s ready-mix concrete plants in Texas and New Mexico have qualified for the ENERGY STAR® Challenge for Industry Award. To qualify, sites must reduce their energy intensity by at least 10% within 5 years or less. Together, the Cemex ready-mix plants have achieved a reduction of 21% through the use of more energy efficient parts and equipment, such as dust collectors, conveyor belts and lighting.
The Texas-based ready-mix concrete plants that have received recognition are: Arcola Ready-Mix Plant, Iowa Colony; Tomball Ready-Mix Plant, Tomball; Cutten Ready-Mix Plant, Houston; Webster Ready-Mix Plant, Webster, TX; Edinburg Ready-Mix Plant, Edinburg; Harlingen Ready-Mix Plant, San Benito; Section 10 Ready-Mix Plant, El Paso. In New Mexico, the sites that have qualified are the La Luz Ready-Mix Plant, La Luz, and the Ruidoso Ready-Mix Plant, Ruidoso.
“Cemex is committed to sustainable practices throughout our operations and these awards are a reflection of our ongoing commitment to be stewards of the environment through effective energy management practices,” said Scott Ducoff, President, Cemex’s Texas/New Mexico Region. “We are honored to be recognised by the EPA and ENERGY STAR for our commitment to sustainable practices.”
Adapted from press release by Louise Fordham
Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/the-americas/03032015/cemex-usa-ready-mix-concrete-plants-recognised-by-energy-star-436/
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