Environmental Protection Agency

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CalPortland Receives EPA Energy Star Award

The concrete and cement producer is recognized as a global leader in promoting... More

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Proposed EPA Ozone Regulations Jeapordize Construction Employment

PCA estimates that the cement industry alone would have compliance costs and plant closures that could lead to the loss of nearly 900 jobs. More

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Precast Pervious Concrete

Percoa USA LLC has developed and patented precast pervious concrete. More

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Navistar Introduces State-of-the-Art Vehicle Designed for Disaster Relief

Navistar, Inc. has partnered with Terranova GTS, LLC to showcase an International... More

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Precast Concrete is a Highlight of new Stadium

Precast Producer Clark Pacific manufactured 40 million pounds of precast concrete... More

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Wheel Excavators Deliver Added Performance

These new M318F and M320F Wheel Excavators can handle those special plant projects. More

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EPA Honors Winners of 2013 Campus RainWorks Challenge

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced the four winners of its... More

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Protecting Streams and Wetlands

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Army Corps) jointly released a proposed rule to clarify protection under the Clean Water Act for streams and wetlands that form the foundation of the nation’s water resources. The proposed rule will benefit businesses by increasing efficiency in determining coverage of the Clean Water Act. More

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Recognizing the Science Around Coal Ash, Finally

These positive indications come at an important time for our industry. Fly ash use in concrete was at its lowest level in 2013, for many decades. Coal power plant operators, uncertain of the EPA’s final ruling, weren’t interested in investing in fly ash beneficiating  operations. And some specifiers expressed concern about the potential liability on using fly ash as an ingredient in projects. More

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