LafargeHolcim, Solidia Announce Low-Carbon Cement Commercial Expansion

A LafargeHolcim and Solidia Technologies venture will supply EP Henry’s Wrightstown, N.J., paver and block plant with a reduced carbon dioxide cement. The agreement stems from a six-year effort by the companies to bring to commercial scale an innovative technology that reduces embodied CO2 in manufactured concrete by up to 70% versus conventional methods.

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Roanoke Cement Receives Industry’s First ISO 50001 Certification

Roanoke Cement Co.’s (RCC) Troutville, Va., plant is the first U.S. operation of its kind to attain certification under ISO 50001 Energy Management. Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy, ISO 50001 is an energy management system standard that is established as a voluntary program of best practices in continuous energy improvement.

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Solidia Surpasses 8.8 Million Pounds of Carbon Impact

The carbon impact of Solidia Technologies cement and concrete has surpassed 8.8 million lb. (4 million kg) through the combination of emissions reduction and carbon capture achieved during production.

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