Five Holcim plants receive EPA Energy Star for energy efficiency

December 12, 2013

energy-star-logoThe U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has awarded five Holcim plants with the Energy Star.

The EPA awards the Energy Star to businesses and individuals who demonstrate superior energy efficiency.

The five Holcim plants that received an Energy Star are:

  • Holly Hill plant (Holly Hill, South Carolina)

  • Ste. Genevieve plant (Bloomsdale, Missouri)

  • Theodore plant (Theodore, Alabama)

  • Devil’s Slide plant (Morgan, Utah)

  • Portland plant (Florence, Colorado)

“Holcim’s receipt of this award for five of its plants is a testament to the commitment that our management team and employees have made to protect the environment,” said Filiberto Ruiz, president and CEO of Holcim (US). “Sustainability is a core component of Holcim’s corporate values and it is a priority at every plant and facility.”

This year, the EPA recognizes these Holcim plants’ continuous efforts toward energy efficiency. Each of the plants has previously received an Energy Star.

The Holly Hill plant, the Ste. Genevieve plant and the Theodore plant are each receiving the award for the fourth time; the Devil’s Slide plant is receiving the awards for the sixth consecutive year; and the Portland plant is receiving the award for the third consecutive year.

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