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Buzzi Unicem plants awarded ENERGY STAR

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Buzzi Unicem USA has announced that some of its US cement plants have been awarded the ENERGY STAR label by the EPA for superior energy performance.

Buzzi’s Chattanooga, Festus, Maryneal and San Antonio plants received the honour. This marks the eighth consecutive year that the Chattanooga, Festus and Maryneal plants have received the certification.

To qualify for ENERGY STAR recognition, cement plants must score at least 75 on the Energy Performance Indicator used by the EPA to measure energy efficiency, and have a three-year history of environmental compliance.

Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/the-americas/16012017/buzzi-unicem-plants-awarded-energy-star/

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