Nine Cemex USA sites received certifications through the Wildlife Habitat Council’s (WHC) Corporate Lands for Learning and Wildlife at Work programmes.
The Corporate Lands for Learning (CLL) certification recognises programmes for their exemplary conservation education and outreach opportunities provided to their local communities. Four of Cemex’s sites were recertified with WHC’s CLL programme, including the 474 sand mine (FL), the Brooksville South operations (FL), the FEC quarry (FL) and the Knoxville cement plant (TN). The Fairborn cement plant (OH) received a new certification.
The Wildlife at Work certification recognises programmes for creating, conserving and restoring habitats with the involvement of employees and members of the community. Six Cemex sites received recertification for Wildlife at Work, including the 474 sand mine (FL), the Brooksville South operations (FL), the Center Hill mine (FL), the FEC quarry (FL), the Gator sand mine (FL), and the Lake Wales sand mine (FL). The Clinchfield cement plant (GA) received a new certification.
Adapted from press release by Rosalie Starling
Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/the-americas/16012015/nine-cemex-usa-plants-receive-whc-certification-152/