Holcim’s Midlothian plant becomes EPA Green Power Partner

Holcim’s Midlothian plant becomes EPA Green Power Partner
Published: 24 October 2011

Holcim announced that its Midlothian, Texas, plant has qualified for a US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Green Power Partnership and is now an EPA Green Power Partner. The EPA Green Power Partnership is available to renewable energy leaders whose green power use meets or exceeds EPA’s green power use requirements.

Jason Morin, vice president, environmental and government affairs for Holcim (US). "We are committed to managing the total impact of our energy consumption throughout the entire organisation. Minimising our use of non-renewable natural resources is one of our key strategies to reduce our carbon footprint. We are able to accomplish this by maximising the fuel efficiency of our equipment, sourcing alternative fuels, and using the most efficient transportation methods available."