Holcim US will collaborate with Blue Planet Systems and Lafarge Canada to scale technology that can sequester carbon emissions, helping provide circular economy benefits.
Holcim for affordable housing
Holcim has partnered with Habitat for Humanity to accelerate access to affordable housing.
Weir revamps sustainability goals
The Weir Group has updated its sustainability roadmap ahead of the 50th World Environment Day on June 5 2022. Read more
Adbri on a mission to manufacture low-emission lime
Adbri and Calix have secured an $11 million grant from the Federal Government’s Carbon Capture, Use and Storage (CCUS) Hubs and Technologies Program to explore the manufacture of low-emissions lime on a commercial scale.
CEMEX commits to sustainability
CEMEX plans to attribute more than half of its cement and concrete sales to its Vertua low-carbon options by 2025 and will increase its investment in the development of carbon capture projects, furthering its commitment to sustainability.
Boral carbon capture project receives $30m grant
Boral has been awarded a $30 million grant from the Australian Government’s Carbon Capture, Use and Storage (CCUS) Hubs and Technologies Program to support the creation of a carbon capture plant in the Southern Highlands, NSW, in partnership with Calix.
Support for Holcim’s Net Zero journey
Shareholders for global building materials manufacturer Holcim have approved the company’s first Climate Report during the Annual General Meeting held on May 4 2022.
HeidelbergCement trumps difficult market with revenue growth
German building materials company HeidelbergCement has reported significant revenue increase of 12 per cent to €4.24 million despite a marked increase in cost of energy and transport burdens.
Adbri builds towards net-zero emissions
Adbri has released a plan to achieve net zero emissions by 2050, with its new Net Zero Emissions Roadmap to 2050 outlining three new medium-term reduction targets for lime, cement and electricity by 2030.
Running out of time: New UN report tackles sand shortage
The UN has provided 10 recommendations to manage an impending sand shortage, including recognising sand as a strategic resource and sourcing it responsibly.