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Cemex USA cement plants recognised by EPA for energy efficiency

World Cement,

The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has recognised five Cemex plants with the ENERGY STAR® certification. The programme looks at putting energy efficiency measures into practice by monitoring and reducing energy use, introducing energy conservation and encouraging energy efficiency among plant employees. The Cemex USA cement plants to be awarded the ENERGY STAR® are Brooksville, Miami, Clinchfield, Fairborn and Victorville. This is the seventh year in a row that the Clinchfield plant has been recognised, the third for the Miami plant and the second consecutive year for the Brooksville, Victorville and Fairborn cement plants.

“Cemex is honored to be recognised for its ongoing achievements in energy efficiency. Through consistent enhancements to our energy initiatives year after year, Cemex demonstrates a true commitment to its sustainability goals, and looks forward to continuing its work with the EPA’s ENERGY STAR® Program to attain them,” commented Karl Watson, Jr., President of Cemex USA.

Adapted from press release by Louise Fordham.

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