CalPortland recognised for community contributions
Published by Rebecca Bowden,
CalPortland has received the 2016 – 2017 Community Excellence Award from Arizona Rock Products Association (ARPA) for its contributions to local communities made over the last year.
The judges gave special consideration to the team effort made by the CalPortland Diablo Sand and Gravel plant near Coolidge, Arizona. The project that provided extra momentum for this year’s competition was the Burrowing Owl Relocation Operation, which took place over a period of eight months. There were many other events that were helpful to CalPortland’s award, like participating at the Arizona Mining Days on the Capitol lawn, Career Day for 2300 high school students who are curious about careers in mining and construction, and the Gold Status Award from Arizona Department of Environmental Quality’s VESP (Voluntary Environmental Stewardship Program). The VESP award was the result of aesthetic improvements made to the plant appearance for the community as well as for performing above and beyond the requirements for environmental sustainability.
Projects like these demonstrate how committed CalPortland is to doing the right thing by promoting sustainable and responsible development.
Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/the-americas/20072017/calportland-recognised-for-community-contributions/
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