Cemex plants receive US EPA Energy Awards

Cemex plants receive US EPA Energy Awards
11 October 2019

Cemex announced that its cement plants in Miami and Brooksville South have been awarded the US Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) Energy Star Certification for 2019, recognising Cemex's efforts to reduce energy efficiency and sustainability.

The Miami cement plant has been recognised for nine consecutive years by the EPA and the Brooksville South plant has achieved such recognition in seven out of the last eight years. To earn the recognition, operations at each plant followed energy-efficiency principles established by the EPA's Energy Star® Guidelines and implemented energy conservation technologies along with energy-reduction projects.

"Cemex is committed to delivering world-class products and services to its clients across the US and the globe while maintaining the highest sustainability standards in our industry," said Cemex USA President, Jaime Muguiro. "Cemex is honoured to once again receive these certifications as evidence of responsible stewardship of our planet and its resources.

"These cement plants illustrate our dedication to energy conservation and lead by example, showing the industry what is possible."

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