Climate Change

COP21 Conference: LafargeHolcim's Commitments for Climate
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COP21 Conference: LafargeHolcim's Commitments for Climate

LafargeHolcim wants to be a leader in sustainability and set new standards.... More

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LafargeHolcim Joins 13 Companies in New Global Climate Agreement

14 companies, with LafargeHolcim, have joined together in support of a new global climate agreement at the U.N. Climate Change Conference this December in Paris. More

How Climate Change Could Shorten Concrete's Lifespan
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How Climate Change Could Shorten Concrete's Lifespan

New research concludes that in Boston, 60% of concrete buildings could face... More

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Advancements In Stronger, Greener Concrete

New developments could lead to better concrete that has less of an impact on the environment. Here's a look at the latest findings. More

High Strength Concrete Testing Set to Begin
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High Strength Concrete Testing Set to Begin

Researchers will study the potential of super-strong concrete enhanced with carbon... More

Powerful Engine
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Powerful Engine

Mack Trucks unveiled its newest integrated powertrain offering, the Mack MP7 405... More

Get a Buzz On
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Get a Buzz On

Used K-Cup coffee packs will have a second life as an alternative fuel source at a... More

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Cummins Claims up to 80 Percent Drop in Carbon Dioxide Emissions

Cummins Inc. has developed an engine and powertrain that reduce carbon dioxide emissions by as much as 80% compared with a baseline gasoline-powered medium-duty truck. More

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Daimler Trucks Achieve Vehicle and Engine Efficiency Targets

Daimler Trucks North America recently realized the objectives of its SuperTruck program one year ahead of schedule. More

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Coal Ash Association Applauds EPA Deadline for Finalizing Regulations

In a Consent Decree signed by all of the parties to a federal lawsuit that sought to compel a deadline for EPA, the Agency agreed to a December 19, 2014, deadline and continued to signal that its final regulation would be promulgated under the “non-hazardous” Subtitle D of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (“RCRA.”) More

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