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Four Roanoke Cement sites recertified by Wildlife Habitat Council

15 November 2017, Published under Cement News

Titan America-owned Roanoke Cement Co has received recertification of four of its sites by the Wildlife Habitat Council (WHC). The company’s Front Royal, Richmond and Bristol locations in Virginia, as well as its Winston-Salem (NC) terminal received the WHC “Conservation Certification” as recognition of the cement producer’s  meaningful wildlife habitat management and conservation education programmes. "We are proud to showcase our environmental initiatives at the terminals," says David ...

USA: Cemex Victorville receives WHC certification

11 November 2016, Published under Cement News

Cemex USA's Victorville cement plant in southern California recently celebrated its 100th anniversary and has received the Wildlife Habitat Council (WHC) Conservation Certification for its ongoing sustainability, environmental protection and land stewardship efforts.   WHC presented the Victorville plant with the certification 3 November during a ceremony at the 2016 WHC Conservation Conference in Baltimore. The designation means all Cemex USA’s cement plants in the USA are now WHC-certifie...