Company’s Teresa cement plant in the Philippines achieves Clean Development Mechanism status
Increased use of alternative kiln fuels results in substantial reduction in CO2 and other emissions
M&C Energy Group discuss the range of factors that have changed the perception of large businesses when managing greenhouse gas emissions
Company to illustrate role of heavy building materials in helping construction industry reduce CO2 emissions
HANSON have become the UK’s biggest supplier of heavy building materials to receive the Carbon Trust Standard across all its business lines, achieving a 33% reduction in carbon emissions from...
MIDLAND Quarry Products (MQP) have been awarded the Carbon Trust Standard in recognition of their efforts to measure, manage and reduce their carbon emissions.
TARMAC have announced that they will be working with ITM Power, specialists in hydrogen energy systems, as part of a Hydrogen On Site Trials (HOST) programme, to trial the environmental firm’s...
LAFARGE Readymix have earned an innovation award for their carbon-cutting commercial flooring concrete, Extensia.
ROCKTRON Asia have developed innovative recycling technology which, they say, can process both fresh and stockpiled coal-fired waste, transforming it into 100% recycled eco-minerals.
LAFARGE Aggregates & Concrete UK have been awarded the Carbon Trust Standard after taking action on climate change by measuring and reducing their carbon emissions by over 24%.
CURRENTLY being trialled on one of their existing 7.5-tonne DAF LF45 GVW trucks, Ringway say the revolutionary hydrogen fuel injector (HFI) has the potential to reduce fuel costs across the group'...
BUILDING materials suppliers CEMEX and Lafarge have both been awarded the Carbon Trust Standard for measuring and reducing CO2 emission across their operations and sites.
CEMEX Surfacing have saved £1.3 million in disposal costs and eliminated 1,120 tonnes of CO2 emissions by using an innovative product on a highway contract for Amey.
HOLCIM have achieved their voluntary carbon emissions reduction target ahead of schedule.
The concentration of CO2 in the atmosphere rose from 320 to 386 ppm (parts per million) between 1958 and 2000. As a result, the global temperature has risen by 0.7°C and the sea level by 17cm.