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Roanoke Cement terminals are recertified by WHC

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Four Roanoke Cement Co. cement terminals have been recertified by the Wildlife Habitat Council. The four sites include the Front Royal, Richmond, and Bristol terminals in Virginia, as well as the Winston-Salem cement terminal in North Carolina.

“Having the Wildlife Habitat Council’s recertification for each [of the four terminals] is a distinguished recognition, confirming that all of Roanoke Cement’s sites are on the right track, ecologically,” said David Brinkley, Director of Distribution & Customer Resources at Roanoke Cement Co.

Wildlife Habitat Council certification recognises habitat management and conservation education programmes. The Front Royal, Richmond, and Winston-Salem terminals were originally certified in 2013, while Bristol terminal followed in 2015. Certification lasts for two years.

Roanoke Cement Co. is a subsidiary of Titan America LLC, a supplier of heavy building materials to the eastern US. Titan America is headquartered in Norfolk, Virginia, and is part of Greek multinational building materials supplier, Titan Cement Co.

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