The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) has awarded LafargeHolcim‘s Holly Hill plant in Holly Hill, S.C., and Devil’s Slide plant in Morgan, Utah, the Energy Star award based on their commitment to reducing energy use and protecting the environment. EPA confirmed these sites are among the most energy-efficient cement plants in the United States.
In addition, the EPA commended employees at both sites for establishing strong energy performance as a priority with focus on Devil’s Slides Plant’s Michael Nixon, plant manager, and Joshua Coon, energy manager. It also includes Holly Hill Plant’s Joe McFalls, plant manager, and Socrates Tinga, senior process performance engineer.
John Stull, CEO, US Cement, said: “Receiving the Energy Star award this year at two sites is an affirmation of the hard work all our employees are devoting every day to meeting our environmental goals. We are excited to receive these awards, and we intend on continuing to reach high levels of sustainability in the upcoming years so we can serve as an example to others in our industry.”