St. Marys Cement Holds Public Forum

The Michigan Department of Environmental Quality held a public hearing in regard to a permit request from St. Mary’s Cement that would likely increase industrial and construction activities near Fisherman’s Island State Park, reported the Petoskey News-Review.

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WBCSD Announces Strategic Partnership with GCCA

A strategic partnership between the recently chartered Global Cement and Concrete Association (GCCA) and World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD) is intended to facilitate sustainable development of the cement and concrete sectors and their value chains, while creating work program synergies benefitting both organizations’ members. Work carried out by the WBCSD-hosted Cement Sustainability Initiative (CSI) will be transferred to GCCA in 2019.

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PCA Poll: Majority of Americans Concerned Over Wooden High-Rises

Three in four, or 74 percent, of Americans say proposals to allow taller buildings to be constructed with wood raise serious concerns for public safety, according to a nationwide poll conducted by Hart Research on behalf of the Portland Cement Association (PCA). Proposed code changes that would allow the use of mass timber in the construction of buildings up to 18 stories will be voted on in October by the International Code Council (ICC), which develops the model building code.

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FLSmidth Nabs Two Central American Contracts

FLSmidth has awarded two contracts worth more than €250 million ($288 million) combined: one for a greenfield cement plant and the other for a brownfield cement plant. Both contracts include design and engineering, equipment supply, automation systems, training as well as advisory services for installation and commissioning.

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