The companies have signed a deal to recycle blades removed from US-based onshore turbines. Veolia will process the blades for use as a raw material for cement.
The company has announced its investment in Soil Connect, a digital marketplace providing a faster and cheaper way for construction professionals to transport and acquire soil, aggregates, and other building materials.
The company has announced that its line of low carbon and net-zero carbon products is now available in Mexico after a successful introduction in Europe.
Accoridng to Fitch Ratings, Peru and Colombia, which experienced severe lockdowns affecting construction, will see double-digit declines in demand in 2020.
The company’s teammates Arun Wadhawa, Jeevan Wadhawa, and Holly Shurey have been recognised by Rock to Road Magazine in their annual Top 10 Under 40 feature highlighting industry leaders in aggregates and roadbuilding.
About 300 inhabitants of the Pasacaballos district, in Cartagena (Bolívar), participated in the Healthy Environments programme that Cementos Argos, in alliance with the Pastoral Social of the Archdiocese of Cartagena and SENA, developed in the northern part of the country.
The Mineral Products Association has published its updated Biodiversity Strategy Building on our Legacy – Realising our Potential originally launched in 2013.
The company received the gold seal of gender equality granted by the Ministry of Labour and Labour Development in Panama, together with the Ministry of Commerce and Industry, the National Institute for Women and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP).
The company is investing in a new service centre in Reno, NV, to bring machining, fabrication and refurbishment capabilities closer to its cement and mining industry customers in North America.
The company has announced the launch of its green concrete ECOPact in Latin America, starting in Ecuador, Colombia and Mexico, with all key markets due to follow in the first half of 2021.
The Portland Cement Association (PCA) recently announced the winners of the 2020 Safety Innovation Awards, recognising creative safety-enhancing projects in the cement industry.
Command Alkon and Libra Systems, Inc. have executed a transaction making Libra Systems, Inc. a wholly owned subsidiary of Command Alkon.
As PCA members continue to drive down the carbon intensity of their operations and products, PCA will develop a roadmap by the end of 2021 to facilitate its member companies achieving carbon neutrality across the concrete value chain by 2050.