Ten CEMEX USA facilities have earned conservation certification from the Wildlife Habitat Council in recognition of programmes, and projects, that demonstrate excellence in the areas of conservation education, and wildlife habitat restoration.
Among those to receive the recognition were COSMOS cement plant in Louisville, Kentucky, which received the gold tier award, Brooksville South Operations in Florida which received the silver tier award, and CEMEX’s Miami cement plant which received certification.
CEMEX’s onsite conservation projects attract thousands of students, educators, and guests every year, helping to build essential knowledge of key environmental topics, and conservation areas.
“CEMEX is truly committed to fostering robust environmental initiatives and pursuing sustainable business practices, so it’s a real honor to have our facilities’ efforts recognised by the Wildlife Habitat Council,” said CEMEX USA President Ignacio Madridejos.
Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/the-americas/10012018/ten-cemex-usa-facilities-earn-conservation-certification/
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